The Range Rover celebrated its half-century anniversary by drawing a giant picture on the snow
British carmaker Land Rover has celebrated the 50th anniversary of its most popular roadster, the Range Rover, reports Motor.
To mark the anniversary, the company has created a 260-meter-wide image on the snow at the Aryeplug test site, where all its new models will be tested.
Creator Simon Beck, known for creating a variety of images from snow, has lowered the company logo to 53,092 square feet. Accompanied by four Range Rover SVs, he took more than 45,000 steps and moved through the center of the field.
As part of the anniversary celebrations, world heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua was given the opportunity to try out the Range Rover in extreme conditions. During the winter, Joshua improved his driving skills by moving along an ice ring 260 meters in diameter.
The Range Rover family celebrates its anniversary in June. Since the first two-door Range Rover appeared in 1970, it has been joined by the Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Velar.