Jaguar Land Rover to test acceleration performance that is different from other manufacturers. In general, 0-100 kph acceleration tests performed on the asphalt dry and hot in order to create a high traction. But for the super toned their SUV, Range Rover Sport SVR, testing was conducted in six different surfaces.
In the field of dry asphalt, SUV powered 550 HP only requires 4.7 seconds to accelerate to 100 kph. And to prove that the Range Rover Sport SVR still has off-road capability of the best, testing was conducted in the field of grass, gravel, snow, mud, and sand.
An intelligent traction control system that adapts to the terrain, Terrain Response 2, capable of providing the best acceleration time. Basically, the system will adjust the throttle response, restrictions on wheel slippage, power distribution, and suspension height in order to facilitate the control on many fronts.
As a result, the Range Rover Sport SVR recorded a 0-100 kph acceleration time of 5.3 seconds for gravel; 5.5 seconds down on the grass; 5.5 seconds in the sand; 6.5 seconds in the mud; and 11.3 seconds in the snow. In addition, the Range Rover Sport SVR still has a great ability when bulldoze extreme terrain, thanks to the Terrain Response 2’s.