Shot in entrancing slow motion what we see is Range Rovers new SVR taking a sledge hammer to the world of physics by doing exactly what your mind thinks is just not possible in a 2 tonne SUV. Driven by Mike Cross, Chief Technical Engineer for Jaguar Land Rover we see a pretty convincing demonstration of how balanced, poised, controllable and sports car like the new SVR is as he slides it around a very damp looking Rockingham circuit in the UK.
Why the world needs such a sports car like SUV is still up for debate, but much like the ludicrous AMG G63 6x6 I'm pleased Range Rover have had a go. The motoring world would be immensely dull if it weren't for bat shit crazy cars like this. Ones that take a double shot of probability and physics, gargle it, then spit it out in a delicious V8 burble. The SVR will be available in Australia form the second quarter of 2015.