The new Range Rover Sport has made its debut by climbing a 1000-foot spillway

As usual, the new Range Rover Sport is capable of doing something that only a brand like Land Rover can do.

So far, it is well known that Land Rover works hard to prove what Range Rover Sport is capable of. In the past, the medium-sized luxury SUV set a record at Pikes Peak, completed the first recorded crossing of the “Empty Quarter” desert on the Arabian Peninsula, and climbed 999 steps to the gates of China’s paradise. Now, the third generation of Range Rover Sport has been introduced with a new stunt, and it is still one of the highest bets, the boldest.

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Land Rover has decided to demonstrate the capabilities of its new Range Rover Sport by taking a James Bond stunt driver Jessica Hawkins from the valley floor to the Icelandic prisoner Damon in an SUV and over the embankment spillway, the largest of its kind in the world. Not only did it have to be brave for the rushing waters of the spillway, but it also had to navigate a riverbed, a rocky dam wall, and a dark tunnel. Nevertheless, the Range Rover Sport has been successful, thanks to both the driving skills of Jessica Hawkins and the new invention of the Range Rover Sport. These include a new dynamic air suspension with interchangeable volume air springs, twin-valve active damper, all-wheel steering and Range Rover Sport’s new MLA-Flex architecture, which allows for more rowing than modular longitudinal architecture. The sport has never been able to.

A newly available twin-turbocharged V8 engine that gives Range Rover Sport 523 horsepower, enables it to accelerate 0-60 times in 4.3 seconds and Land Rover promises that an all-electric Range Rover Sport will be available in 2024. The new interior features a classic Range Rover look, but now with a 13.1-inch Haptic touchscreen that intelligently controls vehicle settings that actively personalizes the interface. The new Range Rover Sport is now available to order, and after seeing its Icelandic ride, it may still be the best.

Source: Land Rover

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