The Schilthorn range in Mürren, Switzerland is known as a home to the Inferno Challenge since it was born in 1928. The competition is the oldest surviving downhill ski race in the world and at 15 km on a 2 km vertical slide; it’s one of the longest and most risky. After the Range Rover Dragon Challenge, witness the amazing Range Rover Sport Downhill Challenge.
The grand challenge featured the 510-horsepower, supercharged V8, and the chopper was there for little extra safety measures.
Range Rover Sport Downhill Challenge
It was furnished with a roll cage in case Collins put a foot wrong, and for that purpose, the airbags were disabled, as they wouldn’t have had sufficient space to expand. It took Collins 21 minutes and 36 seconds to finish the challenge, with the Range Rover making speeds up to 96 mph in places. Apart from the movie, Land Rover also provided a behind the scenes view to the stunt’s filming, as it declares no CGI was used. The British USV manufacturer has a history of feats like this.