Range Rover Sport | Racing Tianmen Mountain | Land Rover USA

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Cars have completed the 99 turns, but will the all new Range Rover Sport and Panasonic Jaguar Racing team driver Ho-Pin Tung complete the 999 steps up to Heavens Gate? Learn more about the all new Range Rover Sport: http://bit.ly/2DubxQL. Join the conversation: http://Facebook.com/LandRoverUSA http://Twitter.com/LandRoverUSA http://Instagram.com/LandRoverUSA

Comments from Youtube

adam699 : Am I the only one who sees the steel cables?

Emre : And there was a Lada Niva waiting at the top.

JamesParksandRecTV Ministries : 998 steps, homie missed the last one.

adv20 : He didn't set all 4 wheels on the final step X)

Going Green : F*@#ing A!!!!!!!!!!!......and I thought L.A. traffic was bad. This Dude is quite the driver, hats off to him!

Lord Tech Pro : Amazing! Just Amazing! Except think about the damage to those stairs and the Utter Uselessness of this Stunt! Also since many people are asking, Getting DOWN was easier that Going UP! This is because the Range Rover has hill descent control and the probably used the steel cables as well!

Dishan Madhuranga : It's amazing...

Ziad Moraly : The question is, how did you manage to get it down again 🤪

Keron Stewart : this have to have broken some kind of Guinness world record! i mean didn't it!?

Saif almunaifi : Wow technology 👏👏

Aneesh Prasobhan : Good Work Land Rover Team 👍👍👍👍🙂

VostockREvolution : when is it on top, we all think.. are you sure you put the handbrake? :O :P

Manish Mahanti : Damage to stairs. All commented. Lol.... The righteous people. Amazing drive!

Quero see : Amazing very good. Muhteşem.,

BASITH PH : Land Rover best 4x4 ever

Going Green : Damn, I love this video so much!

mash1012 : 何故後輪まで上げないの?

Xenial Xerus : but how he gonna drive back down tho

Biplap Bhattarai : Awesome !!! Such a milestone. Congrats.

Ya Ryu : シナチョンに車はもったいねえべ

Rizza : And this is why I drive a Range Rover!

tehbilbo79 : having been there only a couple years ago, i knew that the Rover could not have navigated the steps (left or right) of the very first section of switchbacks. this is true. they modified the ramp on the right, and added a temporary landing area.

Quick Cookie : Who flew drone? Robocinestudio? They probably have flown the whole day.

AxwellSparrow : Awesome and nice steel cables.

Rubens Catta Preta : amazing challenge.... fantastic engeneering!!!

Ben Li : Shame on you for damaging the nature.

GM 79 : You can find it there....... It is there....19 days later

avia subagyo : oh goodness

Dan Sayer : Lol. Good to see the Chinese government cares more about money than it's sacred landmarks.

Bill Hoyt : Really cool!  Now, all the kids will want to do it too.

Mon Viernes : This is how you "blaze a trail".

anonimuso : I'm all for getting publicity, but I'm not a fan of using ancient landmarks for stunts like this.

Phantom : Though I hear a great shout of joy, where is the figure of the audience? hahaha

Kahleng Lee : Pathetic PR stunt. Just think about the damage it might have caused to the thousands of steps and other cultural assets in the area.

Silvana Ravanello : Que show meu sonho de consumo Range Rover Evoque!❤

M蓝色的缘分 : 公路随便你跑,但是台阶那又是什么。。。。。。

Kermit the Frog : Don't let this distract you from the fact that in 2015 Richard Hammond drove up the near vertical walls of the mighty Claerwen Dam in Wales in a 1940's Land Rover.

Doug Santos : 3:54 you're welcome

Robert Yoshida : 4 wheel drive :O

slim jim : I think I'm mostly bothered by the disingenuous nature of this stunt. Range Rover hypes up the danger and suspense, but on close examination, it appears to be relatively safe. The hype: At 3:42, a Range Rover rep states "I can’t see anybody living if the car started rolling downhill". At 3:49, a Chinese official states "If he crashes, he will die." The reality: The car is attached to steel cables running along the steps for the car to grab onto in the event that it starts to roll backwards. Range Rover has even verified in the comments that the cables are placed for safety. If you look at 4:50 - 4:51, you can even see how the cables get pulled to the left as the car swerves to the left. And in the end, the car's back wheels stop short of the landing. If you look at 5:35, this is due to the fact that the cable runs straight up and anchors to the rock at the top right of the landing (where the tires rest against the rock). Again, I just feel that if you perform a stunt that has has all the safety measures in place, don't try to sell it as being so dangerous.

Edvaldo Antonio Da Silva : Uma verdadeira máquina.

Homing Fung : I guess no one in Hunan speak their own Xiang language anymore since the Chinese government aims to eliminate all regional languages in the name of "national unity"

zhenggyuu : I wonder how that cable works... if anyting happened....

I'm On Time : That was do or die.

Islander HP : wellwellwell.....the problem is the reliability.

Runze : Remember to close the comment section next time lol

Mingrui Wei : Property Destroyer! Such a shame

Tosin Afolabi : Oh my!

alext36 : Lots of people here say stuff like “now do it without the cable”. I believe the cables are only for safety purposes, like the helmet he’s wearing. They are not using he cables to pull the car up the stairs.