From the bloggers at AutoBlog:
Spy shots come frequently from the arctic showing auto engineers testing vehicles from all over the world. The frigid temperatures and slippery conditions there offer the perfect opportunity to put a future product through its paces. The models aren’t usually hauling a 27-foot-long Airstream camper, though.
Land Rover did just that for a test of the Range Rover Sport Hybrid. A team from the company took one of the luxury, electrified SUVs to Airstream Europe headquarters in Mengerskirchen, Germany.
During the trek, Land Rover claims the truck and trailer encountered gale-force winds when crossing the five-mile-long Øresund Bridge and saw temperatures reach -8 degrees Fahrenheit at some points.
To read the full story at AutoBlog, and see how the Land Rover held up to those conditions, click here.