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 and Triton tackle Sunny Corner.m4v
Misadventure 4WD Club's Range Rover Sport and Mitsu Triton tackle the Sunny
Corner Trek with an interesting variation over the top of a very rocky
Mud, rocks, river crossings and touring - this trek has something for
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!
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.
MADV4WD Watagans Nov 2012
A few highlights from a club run in the Watagans. Start of the track is
Creek Rd followed by action from Green Break Rd.
WATAGAN EXTREME 1.mov
This is part one of our latest offroad adventure tackling some of the more
extreme tracks in the Watagan National Park in NSW. Join Black Betty the
Rangie Sport, Layla the Mitsu Triton and The Drover's V8 Discovery 2 as
they slide, bump and jump over some of the roughest terrain on offer in
these parts. Enjoy!
Land Rover Range Rover Sport TDV8
Vidéo associée à l'essai du Land Rover Range Rover Sport TDV8 par
l'équipe d'Osons4x4mag lors de la parution du numéro 46. L'article peut
être lu à l'adresse http://www.osons4x4mag.info
The Drowning complete.mov
The final instalment of our two day trek through the rain soaked Watagans
on the long weekend. This one shows the complete footage of the drowning of
our Range Rover Sport in the swollen creek fro a few different angles.
The most interesting part is where the back end stats to float away. I'd
say that's as close to the limit as we can take here without a complete
Land Rovers vs Wallaroo Offroad
Three Land Rovers including a Range Rover Sport, Discovery 4 and Discovery
2, take on the creeks, mudholes and rock climbs of the Wallaroo State
Lots of air, lots of water including one vehicle getting flooded and tonnes
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.
2013 Range Rover ► DEMO
The fourth generation of the iconic Range Rover line, the new model has
been revealed to the world via a dramatic event held at The Royal Ballet
School in Richmond, London.
The All-New Range Rover is the ultimate luxury SUV, following the
innovative spirit of the original design from over 40 years ago.
The world's first SUV with a lightweight all-aluminium body, the new Range
Rover takes the capabilities of the marque's flagship to a new level, with
even greater luxury and refinement, enhanced performance and handling on
all terrains, and significant advances in sustainability.
Range Rovers are renowned for providing occupants a sensation of serene
isolation from the hectic world outside, and the new model has been
engineered to meet the highest luxury car standards for refinement.
Meticulous attention to detail throughout the development process has
eliminated all unwanted sounds and traces of harshness, and measures like
the rigorously optimised body structure, acoustic lamination of the
windscreen and side door glass, and new dual-isolated engine mounts have
led to a significant reduction in noise levels.
The new chassis architecture is combined with completely re-engineered
four-corner air suspension, and together they have enabled engineers to
achieve even more luxurious ride comfort and refinement, in addition to
transformed on-road handling, with more confident and agile cornering.
With its highly acclaimed line-up of torque-rich engines, the new Range
Rover delivers swift and effortless performance. Customers have a choice
of two petrol (5.0-litre 375 PS LR-V8 and 510PS LR-V8 Supercharged) and two
diesel (3.0-litre 258PS TDV6 and 4.4-litre 339PS SDV8) engines, all of
which are now paired with a smooth and responsive eight-speed automatic
True to the Range Rover DNA, the new model features the unique Command
Driving Position, placing the driver in an elevated, upright seating
position - typically over 90mm higher than other premium SUVs - to provide
a supreme sense of confidence and control.
The all-new Range Rover has been engineered from the ground up to be the
most refined, most capable Range Rover ever. With the adoption of the
latest body and chassis technologies, the vehicle's all-terrain performance
has moved on to another level, both in the breadth and accessibility of its
off-road capability, and its on-road handling and refinement.
Amongst the industry-leading innovations is a ground-breaking
next-generation version of Land Rover's Terrain Response® system, which
analyses the current driving conditions and automatically select the most
suitable vehicle settings.
An all-new state-of-the-art lightweight suspension architecture delivers
class-leading wheel travel, providing exceptional wheel articulation and
composure to deal with the toughest conditions.
Outstanding traction and dynamic stability is provided by the proven Range
Rover full-time intelligent 4WD system, with a two-speed transfer box,
working in parallel with the sophisticated electronic traction control
The new Range Rover's unmatched breadth of capability is also reflected in
its tremendously strong structure with enhanced body geometry for
all-terrain conditions, wading depth which has improved by 200mm to 900mm,
and its position as the best towing vehicle in its class with a 3,500kg
To ensure exceptional durability and reliability, the new Range Rover has
been subjected to Land Rover's punishing on- and off-road test and
development regime, with a fleet of development vehicles covering countless
thousands of miles over 18 months of arduous tests in over 20 countries
with extremes of climate and road surfaces.
2012 Range Rover Sport vs Evoque Colorado snow-worthy Mashup Review
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2012 Range Rover Sport and RR Evoque are some
of the most off-road worthy cars you can buy. But which one is better in
the snow? Or to be even more specific, which one is better in three feet of
newly fallen Colorado powder. We decided to find out in this snow-worthy
review by driving both Range Rovers to Gold Hill, Colorado up Lick Skillet
Road. Lick Skillet Road is one of the steepest country roads in America,
and when it snows three feet the road not only gets slick but also very
slippery. So which one of these two British cars is the best in the snow.
The old establish Range Rover or the up stark newbie Evoque. Check out this
video review to find out.