Yes, a Land Rover can tow 121 metric tons.

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For those of you using Freedom Units, that's about 267,000 pounds.

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This is a standard 2018 Discovery Td6 diesel with the optional towing attachment.

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Its tow rating is a still-meaty 7,716 pounds, but it's nowhere near 267,000 pounds.

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Yet, the Discovery did just fine.

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I wouldn't try this at home.

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Seriously, don't. You will void your warranty until the heat death of the universe.

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Thankfully, Land Rover can trash its own cars and not worry about warranty coverage.

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If you see a very cheap used 2018 Discovery for sale in the near future, though...

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Keep on scrolling to check out even more pictures of Land Rover's ridiculous feat.

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