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    • On 4th November 2013, the Range Rover Sport set the fastest recorded time for a standard production vehicle to cross the Empty Quarter desert, covering 849 km in just 10 hours and 22 minutes.

      With a dangerously arid climate, no reliable water sources and an ever-shifting terrain: the Empty Quarter in the Arabian Peninsula is one of the harshest and most challenging desert environments on the planet.

      In the world's largest sand desert, treacherous terrain, violent sandstorms and unforgiving temperatures make the Empty Quarter the toughest challenge yet for the Range Rover Sport.

      Watch the full story and view exclusive images of the team battling the elements against a stunning backdrop to set a new driving record.