Land Rover’s new Range Rover Sport speeds across 849 km of burning sand in just over 10 hours. [Partner Content]

This article is presented in partnership with Land Rover to support the launch of the all-new Range Rover Sport. Join the conversation at www.facebook.com/LandRover or on Twitter @LandRover #DrivenChallenges.

While you can spend hours poring over opaque stats about torque, horsepower and suspension, the best way to gauge a vehicle’s performance is to try it in the real world. This is what Land Rover has been doing with the Range Rover Sport in a series of ‘Driven Challenges’ that began this year at Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb. After setting a world record for a production vehicle there, the company sent their SUV off-road in one of the harshest climates on earth.

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