Land Rover has suspended plans for a seven-seat version of its LR2, a project being developed under the codename L486, as the marque draws focus on other more pressing projects, such as the LRX crossover.
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The L486 program, which had been running for just over a year, was being used to develop a long-wheelbase version of the current LR2 - a model that was set to debut in mid-2010 - to be named the LR3.

But with the recent name change of the Land Rover Discovery to 'LR4', the seven-seater's name is now in limbo, and although the project has not yet been officially cancelled, the move does show a change is in the air at Land Rover with a few surprises no doubt coming soon.

CarAdvice will be sure to keep you posted.