It's our first-look inside the new Freelander replacement - the model which went on to become the 2015 Discovery Sport.
The family resemblance is plain to see; hints of Evoque and Freelander abound, with big chunky buttons and switches designed to be used even by those wearing gloves.
The new Disco Sport went on to launch at the end of 2014.
You can read our full review of the car here.
Spyshots inside the new Discovery Sport
As well as chunky, typical Land Rover switchgear, we can see the JLR rotary gearlever, swivelling to select P, R, N and D.
Note also the heavily angled digital screen; all important nowadays, as manufacturers channel more and more controls through the infotainment system.