It wasn’t so long ago that Richard Hammond beat a light and powerful hatchback, the Mini Cooper John Cooper Works, around a race track using a heavy and brutish Range Rover Sport. But to show the world that the Rover can also use its power on ground that isn't paved, Land Rover has decided to set 0-62 mph times on various surfaces including mud, snow, gravel, and grass. Thanks to a sophisticated traction control system, a ballsy driver
, and a complete disregard for the impending damages made to the paint job, the Rover manages some pretty impressive times. Beginning with a 4.7 second rush to 62 on tarmac, the Range Rover Sport SVR then goes onto make the same stampede to 60 in under 6 seconds on grass, gravel, and sand.