New Range Rover Sport Set To Cross One of the Most Challenging Desert Environments

New Range Rover Sport Set To Cross One of the Most Challenging Desert Environments

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
25 Oct 2013

Moi Torrallardona, a 47 year-old Spanish off-road racer, will be the driver. He has extensive experience of the Dakar Rally in which he completed for ten successive years with a best finish of 6th overall.

The Empty Quarter in the Arabian Peninsula is one of the most treacherous terrains man and machine could face, with a dangerously arid climate with no reliable water sources and an ever changing terrain. The driving conditions will be very harsh with temperatures of over 50 degrees Celsius in the day and huge sand dunes stretching 850ft into the air.

The New Range Rover Sport will be production-spec, challenging a terrain where usually only specialist sand vehicles are found. Moi will be exercising its breadth of capability to the limit in the process.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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