Range Rover Sport - Dragon Challenge

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  • jogoi 1
    jogoi 1 5 days ago

    Please can you confirm what exterior colour this is.. is it Firenze Red or Spectral Racing Red?

    • jogoi 1
      jogoi 1 4 days ago

      Land Rover thank you for a speedy response! 👍🏾👍🏾

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 days ago

      To confirm, this is a Firenze Red Range Rover Sport.

  • Pranav kumar soni
    Pranav kumar soni 10 days ago +1

    Love you man amazing

  • Tahsan Sijan
    Tahsan Sijan 11 days ago +1

    it's awesome

  • Snikers XD
    Snikers XD 13 days ago

    Такая долгая реклама? У них что дохуя денег?

  • Karen Karen Ellis
    Karen Karen Ellis 14 days ago

    But...HOW did they get it down?

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  14 days ago

      We travelled down the 999 steps and the 99 turns the way we came up in the Range Rover Sport, although we were maximising the safety of the driver and onlookers at that point by using cables to help lower the vehicle down in reverse, so it's not as exciting as the ascent we're afraid! If you want to see more from the Dragon Challenge, you can watch our playlist of videos here: bit.ly/2BTH3L1

  • aswasana pradhan
    aswasana pradhan 19 days ago

    There are some people to dislike this even!!!!!They don't understand Cars...😢

  • Quick Cookie
    Quick Cookie 26 days ago

    First of all I care more about my cutting board than they care about those steps. The rims can damage those stairs easily. Second whats the point if you don’t trust your car and use those steel cables?!

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  25 days ago

      To confirm, there was no damage to the steps during the challenge - otherwise we wouldn't have attempted it. The Range Rover Sport Plug-In hybrid did make it up the 999 steps entirely under it's own power, but it was attached to safety cables (similar to a rock climbers gear) that were there to ensure the safety of the driver, onlookers and the local area should it start to roll back in an emergency. The cables themselves offered no additional 'pull' up the steps - watch our video explaining more here: tvclip.biz/video/jclrfgsLCv8/video.html

  • JuniorMint
    JuniorMint 27 days ago

    Oh man, what a video! If that Land Rover can carry his gigantic balls up the side of a mountain, it can almost pull anything!

  • Todd Rayburn
    Todd Rayburn Month ago

    Why are there 2 cables running up the steps that run under the vehicle????? You can really see them at the very top of the steps...... Take a real close look........."TRUTH IN ADVERTISING", Ya right !!!

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  Month ago

      We're not hiding anything Todd - the Range Rover Sport Plug-In hybrid did make it up the 999 steps entirely under it's own power, but it was attached to safety cables (similar to a rock climbers gear) that were there to ensure the safety of the driver, onlookers and the local area should it start to roll back in an emergency. The cables themselves offered no additional 'pull' up the steps - watch our video explaining more here: tvclip.biz/video/jclrfgsLCv8/video.html

  • G P
    G P Month ago

    Land Rover just sold a bunch of cars lol

  • TRUTH LESS
    TRUTH LESS Month ago +1

    Nice ad

  • AssRamming FatPeople

    Looks way better than any German SUV.

  • rajul raman
    rajul raman Month ago +1

    Such a great great space ship..........

  • Prezes2607
    Prezes2607 Month ago

    So much the risk of destroying such an old monument for car advertising... If this car rolled down the destruction of the stairs would be catastrophic.
    That should be the reason to think about buying this car. No respect for culture. You could do this ad in equally difficult conditions elsewhere.

    • Prezes2607
      Prezes2607 Month ago +1

      Land Rover Thank you for your answer. I meant the date of the beginning of construction of the stairs, because it is very difficult to find information about it - and I was thinking in the sense that older parts of the installation could have been destroyed.
      After the test shots, there was a possible threat of an accident, therefore, thinking that this is an old monument, it moved me a bit. In that case, I just have to congratulate you on the challenge and the beautiful car.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  Month ago +1

      Land Rover worked closely with authorities on the ground in Tianmen Mountain National Park to ensure the activity did not cause any damage to the area. We wouldn't have gone ahead if everyone involved or impacted wasn't happy with us doing so - we appreciate your concerns, but we can reassure you that the site was undamaged and we had full permission to attempt the challenge there. We should also point out that the stairs are relatively modern, having been completed in 2004.

  • Fotograf Düsseldorf | Robert Freund

    der Hammer ! ...sagt Düsseldorf Fotograf, Robert Freund.

  • The Crow
    The Crow Month ago +1

    The soundtrack is giving me chills.

  • janojeeraje bhonsle

    no its 998 steps u missed the last one ..😂😂

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  Month ago

      That's actually as far as we could go! We stopped the vehicle there to prevent any damage to the 'Heaven's Gate' area around the top of the 999 steps (and to avoid hitting the crew and crowd at the top) - the Range Rover Sport could have kept going if we'd let it otherwise.

  • Nishan Darshaka
    Nishan Darshaka Month ago

    Excellent but one question though.
    Why does he drive up there so fast on steps? Is it because a timing challenge or it's not capable if driven slow?

    • Nishan Darshaka
      Nishan Darshaka Month ago

      Did he uses any of ATPC , AD & TR for this? seems a 4WDHigh.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  Month ago +1

      Ho-Pin Tung is a Jaguar racing driver, so going fast is in his nature - whilst he could have travelled up the steps at a slower pace, going faster was both his preference and a good demonstration of the vehicle's capability.

  • Libin Sm
    Libin Sm 2 months ago +2

    👍👍👍👍👍

  • vikram Kumar munda
    vikram Kumar munda 2 months ago +1

    aosome

  • Ahmet Ozcelik
    Ahmet Ozcelik 2 months ago +1

    real off road vehicle 😎

  • Krystal Terry
    Krystal Terry 2 months ago

    Be nice to see the FULL footage ... 🙄

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  2 months ago

      We travelled down the 999 steps and the 99 turns the way we came up in the Range Rover Sport, although we were maximising the safety of the driver and onlookers at that point by using cables to help lower the vehicle down in reverse, so it's not as exciting as the ascent we're afraid! If you want to see more from the Dragon Challenge, you can watch our playlist of videos here: bit.ly/2BTH3L1

  • TheWutangclan1995
    TheWutangclan1995 2 months ago

    Imagine the car moving a little bit and then rolling back down on it's own while the driver is in the middle of his speech.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  2 months ago

      Fortunately, our driver Ho-Pin Tung was reliable enough to remember to properly stop the car!

  • Vassilios Rousis
    Vassilios Rousis 2 months ago

    Korres did it 4 years before "big" Land Rover spending his own resources. 193 ferocious steps, up and down without being tied down ! tvclip.biz/video/WYfZHN-hflk/video.html

    • Vassilios Rousis
      Vassilios Rousis 2 months ago

      I'm not positioning you below korres, it is expected though from "big" Land Rover to achieve such a huge task considering experience and financial. Just wanted to emphasize that a small engineer with own resources made his achievement similar to admirable Dragon Challenge.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  2 months ago

      That's a fair point Vassilios, but we'd note that we had a responsibility to protect an important cultural site for Tianmen - the cables were there to help prevent damage to the steps if the car started to roll as well as to protect the driver. The cable didn't provide any additional support or help to the vehicle while climbing the steps, of which there were 999, not 193. The steps we climbed were also significantly more challenging at a steepness of up to 45°. Finally we climbed the steps in a production Range Rover Sport available to everyone, not a specially built supercar. Overall, in many ways we'd say that the Dragon Challenge was a 'step up' over the video you shared!

  • Newton Costa
    Newton Costa 2 months ago +1

    You should really make a documentary out of this. I have watched the whole playlist and I really want to know even more details of this challenge. Like how did you got the car back to the base.

  • Children video
    Children video 2 months ago +1

    Very nice land rover discovery

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  2 months ago

      This is actually a Range Rover Sport Plug-In Hybrid Electric vehicle seen in the video.

  • HAMMAD KHAN
    HAMMAD KHAN 2 months ago +1

    Commendable ! No one can match Landrover Group

  • Zimbabwe Sickest
    Zimbabwe Sickest 2 months ago +1

    My heart was beating for him

  • Chao Peng
    Chao Peng 2 months ago

    www.sohu.com/a/203526319_100010552
    you can see how it back down at the video after 3 minutes

  • Aaron Layusa
    Aaron Layusa 2 months ago

    3:59 ‘if he crashes he will die’ talking as if the rover had no safety features at all.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  2 months ago

      It's true the Range Rover Sport has more than a few features to aid in driver safety during more extreme driving conditions (and we made other safety precautions for this video) but even so, things could have gone wrong - though fortunately Ho-Pin Tung is a skilled enough driver to take on a challenge like this successfully!

  • ashwani kumar
    ashwani kumar 2 months ago +1

    Powerful indian car

  • Jesse Armas
    Jesse Armas 2 months ago

    What were the cables under the vehicle used for?

    • Jesse Armas
      Jesse Armas 2 months ago +1

      Wow awesome thanks for the reply and the additional video. Super cool great work!

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  2 months ago +1

      The Range Rover Sport Plug-In hybrid did make it up the 999 steps entirely under it's own power, but it was attached to safety cables (similar to a rock climbers gear) that were there to ensure the safety of the driver, onlookers and the local area should it start to roll back in an emergency. The cables themselves offered no additional 'pull' up the steps - watch our video explaining more here: tvclip.biz/video/jclrfgsLCv8/video.html

  • Mr CaoNiMa
    Mr CaoNiMa 2 months ago +1

    I must buy this !!!

  • patrick
    patrick 2 months ago

    Yeah cos I’m gonna be driving up flights of stairs with my brand new Range Rover sport

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  2 months ago

      You may not drive up flights of stairs very often, but you'll certainly be in many situations that require power and capability in any vehicle that you might drive - and the Range Rover Sport just demonstrated that it certainly has them.

  • Costa Salakenos
    Costa Salakenos 2 months ago

    is this really the hybrid version ?

    • Costa Salakenos
      Costa Salakenos 2 months ago

      do you prefer de v6 supercharged or the p400e for performance?thank you so much.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  2 months ago

      It is indeed - it's a Range Rover Sport Plug-In Hybrid electric vehicle.

  • ratnakishore pulletikurthi

    Super car fantatick

  • Harsh Kumar
    Harsh Kumar 3 months ago

    Tata product

  • pile malo
    pile malo 3 months ago +1

    Very cool

  • i hate volvo audi and super cars

    English engineering :D

  • arun Mathew
    arun Mathew 3 months ago

    That Chinese singer is cute and funny. 😂

  • Samuel Singh
    Samuel Singh 3 months ago

    I got one

  • Diptangshu Banik
    Diptangshu Banik 3 months ago

    My question is, how did then bring down the car after that as the descent will be much more challenging.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  3 months ago

      We travelled down the 999 steps and the 99 turns the way we came up in the Range Rover Sport, although we were maximising the safety of the driver and onlookers at that point by using cables to help lower the vehicle down in reverse, so it's not as exciting as the ascent we're afraid! If you want to see more from the Dragon Challenge, you can watch our playlist of videos here: bit.ly/2BTH3L1

  • philip Bak
    philip Bak 3 months ago

    He didnt make the final turn and go up the rest of the steps. So he did not make it all the way up! Also, why are there tire tracks already at the top right before he finishes?

    • philip Bak
      philip Bak 3 months ago

      Land Rover a quick test run?? Yeah yeah yeah whatever!

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  3 months ago

      That's actually as far as we could go! We stopped the vehicle there to prevent any damage to the 'Heaven's Gate' area around the top of the 999 steps (and to avoid hitting the crew and crowd at the top) - the Range Rover Sport could have kept going if we'd let it otherwise. We also performed a quick 'test run' before filming the challenge - hence why there was already tire tracks at the top.

  • Yamol87
    Yamol87 3 months ago +1

    Best car i ever drive !

  • Mari Mari
    Mari Mari 3 months ago +1

    Woooow.... im really so impressed. I loved it.

  • Dmytro Blyzniuk
    Dmytro Blyzniuk 3 months ago +1

    Best car on Earth , Range rover. I ll buy it for my familly un France

  • Vanraj Dharva
    Vanraj Dharva 3 months ago +1

    Oh wow

    • Vanraj Dharva
      Vanraj Dharva 3 months ago

      That's the power of land rover ( tata )

  • Cinema Scope
    Cinema Scope 3 months ago +1

    Hey land rover
    How did you bring the car back down to the starting point?

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  3 months ago

      We travelled down the 999 steps and the 99 turns the way we came up in the Range Rover Sport, although we were maximising the safety of the driver and onlookers at that point by using cables to help lower the vehicle down in reverse, so it's not as exciting as the ascent we're afraid! If you want to see more from the Dragon Challenge, you can watch our playlist of videos here: bit.ly/2BTH3L1

  • itsawinnerfereal
    itsawinnerfereal 3 months ago

    What the hell wrong with these Chinese people that built this staircase. It's a great achievement but to stop at 999 steps one step from 1000. Aaaargh that's so annoying. Just knowing that this is out makes me shudder.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  3 months ago

      That's actually as far as we could go! We stopped the vehicle there to prevent any damage to the 'Heaven's Gate' area around the top of the 999 steps (and to avoid hitting the crew and crowd at the top) - the Range Rover Sport could have kept going if we'd let it otherwise.

  • MTT Brand Cookie Cats
    MTT Brand Cookie Cats 3 months ago +1

    One of the few car commercials I can actually stand cause it has actual merit and you used a real challenge to prove the quality of the car. It's quite impressive.
    And it actually does it's job of making this car a very likely option for me if/when I ever do get a car.

  • Nitesh Mohite
    Nitesh Mohite 3 months ago +1

    Oh my god..

  • jarrett warlock
    jarrett warlock 3 months ago

    I’m an atheist but if there was a portal in a universe I think heavens gate would be it

  • Fanny Torrado
    Fanny Torrado 3 months ago +1

    Wow it's really amazing!!!

  • OldSchoolMusic
    OldSchoolMusic 3 months ago

    Almost made it. Got stuck on the last step.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  3 months ago

      That's actually as far as we could go! We stopped the vehicle there to prevent any damage to the 'Heaven's Gate' area around the top of the 999 steps (and to avoid hitting the crew and crowd at the top) - the Range Rover Sport could have kept going if we'd let it otherwise.

  • Jason Larkin
    Jason Larkin 3 months ago

    How old are those stairs? Why risk damaging them?

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  3 months ago

      Every effort was made to avoid damage to the location. The Range Rover Sport's superior all-terrain capability, which allows drivers to raise the ride height using the adjustable air suspension, made this possible - and no damage to the stairs or of the famous 'Heaven's Gate area occurred as a result during filming the Dragon Challenge. We should also point out that the stairs are relatively modern, having been completed in 2004.

  • Marek
    Marek 3 months ago +1

    Wow !!!

  • FractaLens Portals
    FractaLens Portals 3 months ago

    This is a real-life illustration of the kundalini dragon rising up the staircase of the spine, reaching the pineal gland (heaven’s gate). For those familiar with esoterics, Im sure you know what Im talking about. Very awesome! It reminds me of the challenge we face in driving the vehicle of our consciousness up from lower awareness to higher awareness (from base of spine to the pineal), and the great payoff in the end!

  • Jorge Garcia
    Jorge Garcia 4 months ago +1

    Foi uma proeza muito perigosa

  • THIAN BENG Lim
    THIAN BENG Lim 4 months ago +1

    One more step n ............ Anyway, what a good car n driver too.

  • Miriam Antonieta Sáez Contrera

    Genial!

  • Jean-Michel Bellus
    Jean-Michel Bellus 4 months ago

    I hope the rock Ho-Pin Tung dropped at the 0:25 mark did not fall on someone.
    At what speed was Mr. Tung driving the 7-mile mountainside road? (The camera cuts and sound effects gave the impression he was driving recklessly to impress the viewer.) Did he take a practice drive before filming?
    By the way, I am impressed by the cinematography.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      Don't worry - we always cleared the area during filming so dropping the pebble was perfectly safe. As a professional racing driver, Ho-Pin Tung was confidant he could make the route safely at the speeds seen in the film - setting a new record for a production vehicle on the route (and beating the previous time set by a Ferrari driver)!

  • reda belabed
    reda belabed 4 months ago +1

    I buying this 😃😂

  • Jason Boerst
    Jason Boerst 4 months ago +1

    Anyone else see the back tire never makes it onto the platform on the top? 05:34

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      That's actually as far as we were allowed to go! We stopped the vehicle there to prevent any damage to the 'Heaven's Gate' area around the top of the 999 steps (and to avoid hitting the crew and crowd at the top) - the Range Rover Sport could have kept going if we'd let it otherwise.

  • Ademir Vilela
    Ademir Vilela 4 months ago

    LAND ROVER É O MEU CARRO DE SONHO .AMO LAND ROVER CARRO DE PASSEIO COM A FAMÍLIA UM LAND ROVER VERMELHO.É MAIS É SÓ SONHO POIS PARA MIM É HUMANAMENTE IMPOSSÍVEL.É ISTO MESMO HUMANAMENTE IMPOSSÍVEL .LAND ROVER É LINDO E TEM UMA TECNOLOGIA A MAIS AVANÇADA .LAND ROVER É O MELHOR CARRO DO MUNDO.FANTÁSTICO LINDO MODERNO LAND ROVER .UM SONHO HUMANAMENTE IMPOSSÍVEL PARA MIM .ADEMIR.

  • AACLAGE
    AACLAGE 4 months ago

    no stairs were hurt during this advertisement?

    • AACLAGE
      AACLAGE 4 months ago

      Thank you for the info, maintain and respect cultural heritage should be key. Then i can say, Great advertisement to show capabilities of Land Rover.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      Every effort was made to avoid damage to the location. The Range Rover Sport's superior all-terrain capability, which allows drivers to raise the ride height using the adjustable air suspension, made this possible - and no damage to the stairs or of the famous 'Heaven's Gate area occurred as a result during filming the Dragon Challenge.

  • Abouishaq Houcine
    Abouishaq Houcine 4 months ago +1

    the best challenge I have see ever crazy

  • Manjot Singh
    Manjot Singh 4 months ago +1

    I want to take up this challange too!!

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      We're afraid that the road and staircase seen in this challenge isn't open to the public to drive on (we had to have special permission from the local authorities in Tianmen) but there's plenty of other challenging terrain out there around the world to tackle in the Range Rover Sport!

  • Derrick FurtadO
    Derrick FurtadO 4 months ago +1

    La puissance💪👌👍

  • Pham Nhy Nhy
    Pham Nhy Nhy 4 months ago +1

    OMG so awesome! It's incredible

  • Bhanusriharsha. Potini
    Bhanusriharsha. Potini 4 months ago +1

    Awsome stunt by courageous driver

  • Avinash Shinde
    Avinash Shinde 4 months ago +1

    OMG

  • Tony Tonys
    Tony Tonys 4 months ago +1

    Esa cara q pone el chino!!! Cara de coju....!!

  • Suliman M F
    Suliman M F 4 months ago

    I want to see it going down also.. so I'll think to buy one

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      We travelled down the 999 steps and the 99 turns the way we came up in the Range Rover Sport, although we were maximising the safety of the driver and onlookers at that point by using cables to help lower the vehicle down in reverse, so it's not as exciting as the ascent we're afraid! If you want to see more from the Dragon Challenge, you can watch our playlist of videos here: bit.ly/2BTH3L1

  • NASA 1
    NASA 1 4 months ago

    No!!! The lucky ribbons didn’t get you up there, the Range Rover got you up there. Getting to the top of those stairs wasn’t luck it was incredible engineering.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      Engineering and driver skills were critical to this challenge, but we were also grateful to have the support of the local community in Tianmen - which the ribbons are representative of.

  • greasemonger29
    greasemonger29 4 months ago

    What do you mean there’s no were to plug it in. How I am supposed to get down.🤣

    • greasemonger29
      greasemonger29 4 months ago

      Land Rover
      I know I know it was a joke.🚘🔌

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      As a hybrid vehicle, the Range Rover Sport utilised in this challenge can use either it's Ingenium Petrol engine or electric power (or both) - so even if it's electric power ran our, getting down would be no problem.

  • syamjith kv
    syamjith kv 4 months ago +1

    kill my heart😘😘😍🎉🎉🎉

  • Rory Henderson
    Rory Henderson 4 months ago +1

    Cool

  • random guy
    random guy 4 months ago +1

    I need this one xddd

  • Gustav Gansted
    Gustav Gansted 4 months ago

    Anyone know who the artist painting the road is?

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      The driver's name in this challenge was Ho-Pin Tung - former Le Mans 24hr winner and Jaguar racing driver.

  • Gadjo X
    Gadjo X 4 months ago

    Good thing you didn't destroy anything with this lame stunt..

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      Every effort was made to avoid damage to the location. The Range Rover Sport's superior all-terrain capability, which allows drivers to raise the ride height using the adjustable air suspension, made this possible - and no damage to the stairs or of the famous 'Heaven's Gate area occurred as a result during filming the Dragon Challenge.

  • Mridul Pokhrel
    Mridul Pokhrel 4 months ago

    Okay, anyone having the video of the car descending those steps back?

    • Mridul Pokhrel
      Mridul Pokhrel 4 months ago

      Land Rover That was what I actually wanted to know - using of cables. Because, it wouldn't be safe descending without safety measures. Anyways, amazed by the driver's skills and Range Rover's capabilities. Big fan of Range Rover here.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago +1

      We travelled down the 999 steps and the 99 turns the way we came up in the Range Rover Sport, although we were maximising the safety of the driver and onlookers at that point by using cables to help lower the vehicle down in reverse, so it's not as exciting as the ascent we're afraid! If you want to see more from the Dragon Challenge, you can watch our playlist of videos here: bit.ly/2BTH3L

  • Davide Allegri
    Davide Allegri 4 months ago

    Brilliant! But why did you use two couple of cables (front and rear of the vehicle) in the second part of the stairs? Just for safety reasons?

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      The Range Rover Sport Plug-In hybrid did make it up the 999 steps entirely under it's own power, but it was attached to safety cables (similar to a rock climbers gear) that were there to ensure the safety of the driver, onlookers and the local area should it start to roll back in an emergency. The cables themselves offered no additional 'pull' up the steps - watch our video explaining more here: tvclip.biz/video/jclrfgsLCv8/video.html

  • Elisa Bell
    Elisa Bell 4 months ago

    5:33 He didn't make it all the way to the top! Why? I can't stand watching this commercial because it looks like a big failure right at the end and yet he is celebrating.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      That's actually as far as we could go! We stopped the vehicle there to prevent any damage to the 'Heaven's Gate' area around the top of the 999 steps (and to avoid hitting the crew and crowd at the top) - the Range Rover Sport could have kept going if we'd let it otherwise.

  • Donnie BKNY
    Donnie BKNY 4 months ago +1

    Damn! That is impressive. I am impressed.

  • Sinz Tand
    Sinz Tand 4 months ago

    So fake. I dont see it climbs to the end. No continous shot proving it climbs from middle to the end. Nice try.

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      it's true that the film we made of the challenge features some editing, but feel free to search for other videos from members of the public present during the attempt - there's plenty of footage out there from third parties if you don't believe us.

  • ervince allen
    ervince allen 4 months ago

    why so many dislikes?

  • Angel Pichardo
    Angel Pichardo 4 months ago +1

    I just wanna know how you bring the car down ?

  • Riemann
    Riemann 4 months ago

    Where it is

    • Riemann
      Riemann 4 months ago

      Land Rover awesome

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago +1

      This was filmed on Tianmen Mountain in China.

  • Sabrina Bhatti
    Sabrina Bhatti 4 months ago +1

    Woooowwww! What an amazing performance, awesome car, great video!!!!! Got a lot more appreciation for Range Rover now. Damn!!! 😎😆

  • Gunk Wah Nanda
    Gunk Wah Nanda 4 months ago

    my hand wet !! :v omg !!!

  • Glenn Franco Simmons
    Glenn Franco Simmons 4 months ago +1

    Awesome! Well-done! Bravo! Bravo! Bravo!

  • R33C3
    R33C3 4 months ago

    HA BEAT THAT G WAGON!

  • ethan Duplessis
    ethan Duplessis 4 months ago

    So what happened to the car after tge challenge?Is it sitting in a museum or was it sold to a private buyer in china?

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      The Range Rover Sport used in the challenge has gone on to it's next adventures as part of the Land Rover fleet - look out for more film and photos of it in action soon.

  • Denchai facciolla s.
    Denchai facciolla s. 4 months ago

    modifichi la macchina la fai diventare più leggera e con un motore potente che riesca ad salire ad una rapidità di salita. Fai prima dei test. #BetterWorldToghether #peaceANDlove

  • Meekey Kamira
    Meekey Kamira 4 months ago +1

    Crazy but AWESOME 😲😁🤓

  • Mike Jiang
    Mike Jiang 5 months ago

    What's the name of this professional driver?

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  4 months ago

      The driver's name is Ho-Pin Tung - a Le Mans 24hr winner and Jaguar Racing driving.

  • David Kennedy
    David Kennedy 5 months ago +1

    This is one of the best ads ive ever seen. Filmed to perfection to show off the stunning beauty of the scenery. Well done creators, one of the few adverts that i actually took the time to watch. Now if only i had the required funds to get that awesome car I'd be sorted!!!

  • zoom Motoring
    zoom Motoring 5 months ago

    This so fake you can easily see the pair of cables pulling up

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  5 months ago

      The Range Rover Sport Plug-In hybrid did make it up the 999 steps entirely under it's own power, but it was attached to safety cables (similar to a rock climbers gear) that were there to ensure the safety of the driver, onlookers and the local area should it start to roll back in an emergency. The cables themselves offered no additional 'pull' up the steps - watch our video explaining more here: tvclip.biz/video/jclrfgsLCv8/video.html

  • rippawallet
    rippawallet 5 months ago +1

    Incredible

  • S Perera
    S Perera 5 months ago

    No one thought it could damage historically valuable steps maybe?

    • Land Rover
      Land Rover  5 months ago

      Every effort was made to avoid damage to the location. The Range Rover Sport's superior all-terrain capability, which allows drivers to raise the ride height using the adjustable air suspension, made this possible - and no damage to the stairs or of the famous 'Heaven's Gate area occurred as a result during filming the Dragon Challenge. Avoiding damage to the steps was one of the conditions the local Tianmen authorities had for us going into the challenge, and we're satisfied to say we fulfilled it completely.