The Range Rover Sport SVR 550 HP has to drift and rumble on the arctic ice (video)

No place has any doubts was one of the trips more fun and interesting that we have done this year. In Sweden, in a vast frozen lake a few kilometres from the Arctic Circle, are the facilities of Lapland Ice Driving (see test of the Nissan GT-R on a frozen lake), so something like an amusement park of winter for lovers of speed. A huge expanse of ice and snow in which we find replica full size layouts such as Silverstone, Paul Ricard and the Nürburgring. And even there, it has moved the Land Rover to show us your new beast, the Range Rover Sport SVR 550-HP, which leaves for a day circuits of asphalt to face a surface to more complex.

In this first advancement Range Rover we anticipate your next initiative, a series of videos in which we can see the Range Rover Sport SVR in his trip to the Arctic. Let us remember that we are looking at a great all-rounder, with features of high flights. This huge mole has the engine of the Jaguar F-Type R, a V8 with compressor volumetric and a change ZF eight relations, with 550 BHP of power and 680 Nm of torque distributed permanently to all four wheels.

Although initially, and perhaps as a declaration of intent, Land Rover presented us with the first videos of the Range Rover Sport SVR on the asphalt of circuits like Silverstone, the british brand has wanted to show us that the possibilities of a off-road of high-flying go much further, moving up to a replica, also from Silverstone, but this time on the ice.

Source: Land Rover
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