How does this represent automotive engineering?
To celebrate Range Rover’s 45th anniversary, the British automaker conducted an interesting stunt that supposedly demonstrated the brand’s innovation in the engineering field. The company drove a brand new Range Rover across a bridge that was made out of paper. The demonstration took place in Suzhou, China, before the Guangzhou Motor Show. The entire bridge was constructed out of paper with supports of the bridge made of lightweight plywood with a paper lining. Apparently, the SUV and bridge push engineering boundaries.
The bridge is pretty cool and Range Rovers are some of the greatest SUVs in the world, but this demonstration is one of the strangest things we’ve seen.