Make a note of our top tips for safe driving this winter.
Land Rover’s Terrain Response system lets you optimise your vehicle’s performance effortlessly on any surface.
The Grass/Gravel/Snow setting assesses gradient, slip and yaw, temperature and pressure to engage intelligent traction on slippery surfaces, making your Land Rover vehicle one of the best 4x4s for driving in snow and ice.
Hill Descent Control takes the guesswork out of steep slopes by monitoring slip and braking automatically to maintain a steady speed.
Land Rover’s new All-Terrain Progress Control (ATPC) ensures composed progress on low-grip surfaces at an exact speed set by the driver.
In the unlikely event of a breakdown, InControl Protect can transmit your location and vehicle diagnostics data to Land Rover assistance, who’ll have you back on the road in no time.
Everything you need for your next sub-zero adventure.
My first ever time driving on ice. That was the most fun I’ve ever had on four wheels.
From tranquil woodland to snowy mountain top, hear the tales of our own 4x4 winter driving adventures.
The Engineering team from our Arjeplog test centre in Sweden share the secrets of Land Rover’s success in winter conditions.
Arctic explorer Ben Saunders knows a thing or two about ice, but he’s never tried anything quite like this. We asked Finnish ex-rally champion Minna Sillankorva to lend a hand.
Interested in mastering your winter driving skills? Land Rover’s Adverse Weather Limited Traction training helps you achieve maximum driving safety in any environment.