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Land Rover unveil the new Discovery model

Bear Grylls, Zara Phillips and Sir Ben Ainslie attend launch of Land Rover's 'New Discovery'

Land Rover unveil the new Discovery model
(L-R) Bear Grylls, Zara Phillips and Sir Ben Ainslie pose with a certificate to recognise the official Guinness World Record for the Number of Lego pieces used in a single structure during the launch of Land Rover's 'New Discovery' at Packington Hall on September 27, 2016 in Solihull, England. Land Rover revealed their brand new Discovery with the help of ambassadors Zara Phillips, Bear Grylls and Sir Ben Ainslie against the backdrop of the replica of London’s Tower Bridge, made entirely from Lego. The structure broke the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of Lego bricks used in a sculpture with over 5.8 million pieces. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images for Land Rover)
Land Rover unveil the new Discovery model
In this handout photo supplied by the Land Rover, Land Rover's 'New Discovery' emerges from the water beneath the Lego statue of Tower Bridge at Packington Hall on September 27, 2016 in Solihull, England. Land Rover broke the world record for greatest number of Lego bricks used in a sculpture with over 5.8 million pieces. (David Shepherd/Getty Images for Land Rover)
Land Rover unveil the new Discovery model
Guests take photographs during the launch of Land Rover's 'New Discovery' at Packington Hall on September 28, 2016 in Solihull, England. Land Rover revealed their brand new Discovery with the help of ambassadors Zara Phillips, Bear Grylls and Sir Ben Ainslie against the backdrop of the replica of London’s Tower Bridge, made entirely from Lego. The structure broke the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of Lego bricks used in a sculpture with over 5.8 million pieces. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images for Land Rover)
Land Rover unveil the new Discovery model
Sir Ben Ainsley drives the 'New Discovery' under a Lego structure of Tower Bridge, during the launch of Land Rover's 'New Discovery' at Packington Hall on September 27, 2016 in Solihull, England. Land Rover revealed their brand new Discovery with the help of ambassadors Zara Phillips, Bear Grylls and Sir Ben Ainslie against the backdrop of the replica of London’s Tower Bridge, made entirely from Lego. The structure broke the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of Lego bricks used in a sculpture with over 5.8 million pieces. (Getty Images/Getty Images for Land Rover)
Land Rover unveil the new Discovery model
Zara Phillips jumps between two 'New Discovery' vehicles during the launch of Land Rover's 'New Discovery' at Packington Hall on September 27, 2016 in Solihull, England. Land Rover revealed their brand new Discovery with the help of ambassadors Zara Phillips, Bear Grylls and Sir Ben Ainslie against the backdrop of the replica of London’s Tower Bridge, made entirely from Lego. The structure broke the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of Lego bricks used in a sculpture with over 5.8 million pieces. (Getty Images/Getty Images for Land Rover)
Land Rover unveil the new Discovery model
Bear Grylls rappels onto a Lego structure of Tower Bridge, during the launch of Land Rover's 'New Discovery' at Packington Hall on September 27, 2016 in Solihull, England. Land Rover revealed their brand new Discovery with the help of ambassadors Zara Phillips, Bear Grylls and Sir Ben Ainslie against the backdrop of the replica of London’s Tower Bridge, made entirely from Lego. The structure broke the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of Lego bricks used in a sculpture with over 5.8 million pieces. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images for Land Rover)
Land Rover unveil the new Discovery model
A general view during the launch of Land Rover's 'New Discovery' at Packington Hall on September 27, 2016 in Solihull, England. Land Rover revealed their brand new Discovery with the help of ambassadors Zara Phillips, Bear Grylls and Sir Ben Ainslie against the backdrop of the replica of London’s Tower Bridge, made entirely from Lego. The structure broke the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of Lego bricks used in a sculpture with over 5.8 million pieces. (Getty Images/Getty Images for Land Rover)
Land Rover unveil the new Discovery model
Sir Ben Ainsley (L) drives the 'New Discovery' under a Lego structure of Tower Bridge during the launch of Land Rover's 'New Discovery' at Packington Hall on September 28, 2016 in Solihull, England. Land Rover revealed their brand new Discovery with the help of ambassadors Zara Phillips, Bear Grylls and Sir Ben Ainslie against the backdrop of the replica of London’s Tower Bridge, made entirely from Lego. The structure broke the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of Lego bricks used in a sculpture with over 5.8 million pieces. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images for Land Rover)