Land Rover’s next vehicle coming to the U.S. will be called the LR3 and, contrary to what most reports are saying, will not be considered a replacement for the venerable Discovery, a Land Rover spokeswoman tells Ward’s. “It’s not in the same league,” she says, insisting the LR3 will have a different “application” in the U.S. than it does worldwide. The ’05 vehicle, set for its global debut at April’s New York auto show, likely will be introduced in other markets as the next-generation ...

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