Range Rover Sport climbs its way to the sky in China
Land Rover recently pulled off one seriously impressive stunt.
Starting with the 7-mile Tianmen Mountain Road, a Range Rover Sport traveled to the famous Heaven's Gate landmark in China.
That's when the real test began.
The plucky little Range Rover climbed 999 steps at a 45-degree incline.
One of Jaguar's Formula E drivers was tasked with this climb, which isn't exactly like your average Formula E race.
Previous stunts like this have involved downhill ski courses, Arabian deserts and Pikes Peak.
This is just another in a long line of challenges that basically say, "See? It's capable."
While there are performance and infotainment adjustments, the most important update is the introduction of a new plug-in hybrid variant.
The Range Rover Sport PHEV puts out 398 horsepower and offers 31 miles of all-electric range.
Keep on scrolling to check out even more pictures of Land Rover's ridiculous stair-climb.