To help celebrate the 45th anniversary of the iconic Range Rover, the British marque decided to conduct one of the more interesting publicity stunts we’ve seen in quite a while; by driving a brand new Range Rover across a bridge made entirely from paper!
The stunt took place in Suzhou, China ahead of the Guangzhou Motor Show 2015 kicking off today. The supports of the bridge were made from lightweight plywood with paper then lining the surface.
According to the bridge’s designer and artist Steve Messam “Paper structures capable of supporting people have been built before but nothing on this scale has ever been attempted. It’s pushing engineering boundaries, just like the Range Rover, and the ease and composure with which the vehicle negotiated the arch was genuinely breathtaking”.