- Land Rover celebrates 45 years of Range Rover with creative collaboration
- Luxury SUV completes world-first drive across one-off paper bridge
- Partnership with world-renowned British artist Steve Messam and specialist British paper manufacturer James Cropper PLC to build unique installation
- Intelligent 4WD all-terrain technology and lightweight aluminium construction of flagship model makes unique drive possible
- One-off art project kicks off Range Rover 45th Anniversary celebrations at Guangzhou Motor Show
Guangzhou, China, 18 November 2015 – Land Rover has driven its flagship Range Rover luxury SUV across a bridge made of paper. The freestanding structure in Suzhou, China, spanned five metres without glue or bolts to hold it in place.
Land Rover commissioned the unique bridge to mark the 45th anniversary of its Range Rover family and to highlight 45 years of Range Rover innovation ahead of the Guangzhou Motor Show in China.
The job of driving the Range Rover was entrusted to Land Rover Experience Chief Instructor, Chris Zhou, and the landmark crossing showcased the innovative lightweight body construction and all-terrain capability of Land Rover’s flagship SUV.
In addition All-Terrain Progress Control (ATPC) allows drivers to concentrate purely on steering the vehicle when negotiating difficult or slippery terrain by maintaining a set crawl speed ranging from 1mph to 19mph without any pedal inputs.
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