Range Rover Sport's Inferno Downhill Challenge
on 07 November 2016
In Switzerland's stunning Bernese Alps sits the Schilthorn summit—almost 3,000 meters high. Home to the world's longest downhill ski race—the Inferno, which was first held in 1928—this is one serious mountain. Land Rover enlisted race car driver Ben Collins to race the Range Rover Sport down the Inferno, over all kinds of terrain (ice, snow, mud, rocks, asphalt and more) at gradients up to 75% over 15 kilometers. Unsurprisingly, the video features incredible landscape and some thrilling moments.