1 Dicembre, 2015
Find out more about the history of the iconic Range Rover here: http://www.landrover.com/above-and-beyond/45-years-of-british-design In a feat of incredible engineering, Land Rover has driven its flagship Range Rover SUV over a bridge made entirely of paper. With no glue or bolts to hold it in place, the hand-built freestanding structure spans five metres and took three days to construct. Land Rover commissioned the unique bridge to mark the 45th anniversary of its Range Rover family and to highlight 45 years of Range Rover innovation ahead of the Guangzhou Motor Show in China. Following in a long line of automotive firsts, the Fourth Generation model which took on the challenge was the first all-aluminium SUV when it debuted in 2012. Its innovative lightweight aluminium body provides a total vehicle saving of up to 420kg compared to using traditional steel.