Official offroad Test 2011 Range Rover Sport. Five members of the RRS UK forum do an official off-road test of the new MY11 Sport. Sports from 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and the new MY11 tackle the deep mudholes around the Black Spur in Victoria.
Special thanks to 2nd Rower and Rimini Red for putting this incredible weekend together. While 2nd doesn't appear in the credits, he shares the driving with Working Dog in the White TDV8.
Range Rover Sport Extreme 2.mov
Preview of the most recent offroad outing for the Misadventure 4WD crew including Balck Betty: Range Rover Sport; Layla: Mitsubishi Triton; and The Drover: Disco 2. Some of the most extreme tracks we've tackled to date including deep water crossings, winch-worthy cay holes and steep rock ledges.
Range Rover Sport Vs Triton - Battle of the tyres
The Hayes Clan punt their fully decked-out Mitsu Triton complete with new BFG Muddies against the Gilmore Clan's Range Rover Sport with Cooper A/T's.
The Result: You can't beat traction when it comes to mud!
Range Rover Sport Off Road at Jenolan.mov
The Misadventure 4WD Club heads back to the Lithgow region to tackle one of the notorious hill climbs in the Jenolan State Forest.
Lots of mud. Lots of bump and grind. Just good fun really ;-)
Wallaroo Part IV: Land Rover extreme offroad test
Three Land Rovers including a Discovery 2, Discovery 4 and Range Rover Sport tackle the final leg of the Wallaroo State Forest Trek. Bonnet deep creek crossings, mud ruts and steep hill climbs combine to give all three vehicles a great workout.
HUMMERS GO MUDDING
Footage from a 2003 Hummer Happening held at the Washougal MotoCross Track in Washington. LOTS of rain and plenty of slick mud make for a great time.
6 wheel drive Land Rover Defender 6x6
One of these currently for sale: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Landrover-defender-6x6-/160902313382?ssPageName=ADME:B:FSEL:GB:1123
Hughie at PortalRover built this, and the one that you'll see in the upcoming The Expendables 2. With Sly Stallone etc. Smart, eh ! You can see it in the movie trailer.
Have a google for PortalRover if you fancy one ;_
Range Rover Supercharged offroading through Floyds Fork
Jon, Corbin, Jack, Jim, and Daniel putting their ever-capable Land Rovers through what they were created to do; get through it all, carry all, and dominate all. Proper towing cables were brought along in case any Jeep, Hummer, etc. were found in a bind.
Range Rover Sport 2010 off road test drive
The interior of the Range Rover received a minor facelift, consisting mainly of redesigned and repositioned switchgear which saw the last BMW-sourced items removed. The 2010 Range Rover also gained new visual display units as also seen in the Jaguar XJ launched a weeks previously. This change consisted of a 'glass cockpit' LCD screen replacing the traditional instrument cluster- instead 'virtual' gauges are projected onto a single screen in front of the driver. This allows various sets of information to be displayed as required- for example navigation and map information can be displayed instead of engine readouts, whilst when one of the off-road driving modes is selected on the Terrain Response system the 'gauges' are reorganised to provide space to display the schematic of the vehicle's suspension, steering and transmission systems. The other display unit is fitted to the centre console and uses a bi-directional screen to show different images depending on viewing angle. This allows navigational information to be displayed to the driver, whilst someone in the front passenger seat can use the same screen to use the onboard DVD player at the same time, for example.