Why you take someone else’s Range Rover into the desert

Lovely footage of the new Range in the desert, but check out the way the bumper bends, eleven seconds in.

This is why you borrow someone else’s car!

I would never intentionally launch my Patrol or Wrangler off a dune at that speed, but I am a cautious type. Still there are plenty of occasions where you might come down at that angle. The Range’s bumper is full of sensors, windscreen washer bottle, etc – lots to break. Or is it meant to bend like that and still look pristine?

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