RR Evoque: driven to extremes
The hottest, muddiest, coldest, glitziest test in history: we go global in the baby Rangey
Posted: 09 Dec 2011
And then there are the monster dunes, impossible to walk up and barely easier to drive on: too slow, and you'll sink; too fast, and you'll dig in. Either way you'll be swallowed up to the doorframes, and then you will die. The odds of another human stumbling upon you before you've been turned into a sun-dried tomato are long to non-existent. Suffering jetlag so thick you could cut it with a bread knife, we should tread carefully out here, hundreds of miles from civilisation and water.
But that would be to neglect our commitments to the Lord of Overambitious Road Tests. So we are dune-drifting instead.