The newest Range Rover failed miserably “moose” test (video)
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The 2022 Range Rover heavy hybrid was chosen for the moose test. The SUV turned out to be too clumsy, and its tires lacked grip.
The new fifth-generation Range Rover disappoints with its handling. The SUV failed to successfully pass the so-called “moose” test. This is reported by the site km77.com, which conducted the test.
In subsequent attempts, the speed was gradually reduced, but only by 63 km/h managed to pass the maneuver to quickly detour obstacles on the road. This result is far from ideal.
A 440-horsepower Range Rover plug-in hybrid was chosen for the test. It weighs 2695 kg and the large mass was one of the reasons for the understeer.
In addition, the experts criticized the stabilization system settings – it intervenes too early and too abruptly. Also, the Pirelli Scorpion Zero all-season tires in size 285/45 R22 lack grip.