Land Rover has driven its Range Rover luxury SUV across a bridge made of paper.
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To mark the 45th anniversary of Range Rover, Land Rover has commissioned a unique paper bridge to drive over. Taking three days to construct, the bridge is located in Suzhou, China, and spans five metres, without the use of glue or bolts to hold it in place.
Land Rover Experience chief instructor Chris Zhou was entrusted with negotiating the paper bridge, using a variety of all-terrain technologies to preserve the delicate fabric of the unique structure.
Its all-terrain technology includes Terrain Response 2 and All-Terrain Progress Control. Terrain Response 2 features an auto mode which, when selected, optimises a range of vehicle settings to enhance all-terrain capability without any input from the driver.
All-Terrain Progress Control (ATPC) enhances all-terrain capability and can be activated on the move or from a standstill, to help when pulling away on tricky surfaces. The technology also works in reverse gear.
Source – Land Rover UK