Range Rover Sport SVR is without a doubt one of the SUV performance market. Part of the blame is your engine supercharged V8 of 5.0 liters that makes him the most powerful model of the brand. They are nothing less than 550 HP and 680 Nm of torque which delivers, a few facts that make the beast of two tons, do the 0-100 km/h in 4,7 seconds and has a top speed limited to 260 km/h.
These would be its performance in optimal conditions, but dowhat would happen in other types of terrain? Range Rover wants to make it clear that their cars run just as well off the road and it has proven the benefits of the Sport SVR in different types of firm. There come into play the capacity of traction that has the SUV, the acclaimed Terrain Response 2, behaved in the following way.
This all-wheel drive system features six modes of driving and have wanted to see the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in several of them. In the mode ‘Grass, gravel and snow’ connected to the Range Rover Sport SVR reaches 100 km/h at 5.3 seconds on gravel, in 5.5 seconds on the grass and in 11.3 seconds on snow. Not bad at all considering it is only 0.6 seconds less that the 4.7 seconds (with the way Dynamic and on dry asphalt).
With the mode ‘Sand’ on and rolling on that type of surface has achieved the 0 to 100 km/h in 5.5 seconds, the same as on grass. Another mode tested was the ‘Mud and ruts’ and on this ground which reached 100 km/h in 6.5 seconds. It is noteworthy that for all the previous tests were used Michelin tires All Season serial measures 275/40 to fit your tires of 21 inches. This video has shown us that the ability of traction of the british is worthy of admiration.
Source – Range Rover