Video Challenge: 2010 Range Rover Sport vs. Lick Skillet Road

At an astounding 15 percent incline, Lick Skillet leading to Gold Hill, Colorado is the steepest Country Road in America.

what do you think happens when you try to drive a two and a half ton
brand new 70K Range Rover Sport down Lick Skillet road on ice and snow in the
middle of winter with temperatures hovering near zero?

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2010 Land Rover Range Rover Sport HSE

Price as Tested: 70,845.00

Engine: 5.0L Aluminum Alloy V-8

Transmission: 6-speed automatic transmission with CommandShift

Horsepower: 375

G-Tac Test Data test at 5430 feet above sea level

1/4 Mile: 15.55 seconds at 96 mph

0-60 mph: 7.35

60-0: 101 ft

Max Acceleration: 061 g's

 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates

City: 17 mpg

Highway: 17 mpg

Combined: 14 mpg

As tested: 13.9 mpg

CO2 per year: 15,651 lbs