My time working as a Land Rover North America Mechanical Engineer you have to understand that they took one of their prototype vehicles across a Journey that most Brand New Off Road Capable vehicles would be tough making. The Mechanics and the tools are all there to ensure the vehicle could make the journey but also they used it as a research project to see what is a good configuration for things like compression/rebound rates on the suspension off road. I am guessing they may have not had full Air suspension on their prototype vehicle. If they did they used the trip to decide which rates are good with controllers etc.That video gives me trepidation more than stoke. Multiple shots of the car in a garage with wrenches and chipped up paint with shocks as well as the driver talking about getting bounced around on washboard roads. My Range Rover floats like a cloud over washboard roads. I know its a prototype but I damn sure don't want to see videos of a new truck getting worked on. Hopefully there will be some independent test drive reviews of production units before we have to commit to ordering
There is way more to this whole exercise than just seeing how a prototype vehicle would and could do imho.