Development work continues on the 2015 Land Rover Freelander as our spies have snapped new pictures of the model undergoing cold weather testing.
Caught wearing arctic camouflage, the Freelander follows in the footsteps of the Range Rover Evoque and adopts a sporty exterior with angular headlights, a rakish windscreen and a gently curved roof. The crossover also has a tailgate-mounted spoiler, a dual exhaust system and LED-infused taillights.
Land Rover has remained relatively quiet about the model but it is expected to ride on an extended version of the LR-MS platform. This should create a more accommodating cabin with additional passenger and luggage room.
Engine options remain unconfirmed but could include a new range of four-cylinder units that more fuel-efficient than their predecessors.
The Freelander will likely be unveiled later this year and rumors have suggested it could become part of the Discovery family.