Land Rover Freelander 2 spied

16 Feb, 2012 4:27pm Luke Madden

Facelifted Land Rover Freelander 2 has been spied ahead of its release later this year

These spy shots show Land Rover is preparing a mildly facelifted Freelander 2, which is likely to be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show later this year.

Having recently launched the eye-catching Evoque, it’s only fitting that Land Rover should be ensuring the rest of the range can keep up in the style stakes, so the Freelander 2 looks set to get a few visual updates. 

The mild disguise on this mule shows there will be changes to the grille, the headlights and tail lights, but the visual changes are likely to end there.

The interior will get a few updates to quality and equipment, while there will be a few changes under the bonnet too, including making the 2.2-litre diesel engine slightly more efficient.

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Would love one these, looks like another winner for J/LR.

British made Jaguar/Land Rover are on a roll at the moment, Land Rover profits are up by 57% in the UK.

They just announced yesterday a net Q4 profit of six hundred and ninety five million dollars, it's great to see a British Company doing so well these days in an economic slump as well.

In response to your recent 'Spot the difference' competition between the Freelander 1 and the Freelander 2, I think the answer is the numeric change. It appears to have moved dramatically from a number 1 to a number 2. Do I win?

March 2012 issue of Consumers Report once again nail the British built Range Rover with a (NOT RECOMMENDED) on its Quality list after its road test.