Watch us drive the 2014 Range Rover Sport through an airplane
Once inside the 747, Land Rover had a pretty challenging little course set up for us to test the rock crawl mode of the Range Rover Sport's Terrain Response 2 system. At one point, the Sport was tipped at a 40-degree angle while one of the event staff informed my backseat passenger that he might want to move to the opposite side of the vehicle to balance it all out.
All in, the experience was mildly terrifying, and one of the stranger things I've done in my life. Words can't really describe the full experience, but thankfully, we captured a video of the whole stunt. Check it out, below.
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