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Land Rover Snow Mode

USING LAND ROVER SNOW MODE

TRUSTED TRACTION AT THE TOUCH OF A BUTTON

When the temperature plummets, your Land Rover’s Terrain Response system lets you optimise performance with absolute confidence.

Once selected, the Grass/Gravel/Snow mode assesses gradient, slip and yaw, temperature and pressure to engage intelligent traction on loose or slippery surfaces. This makes your Land Rover one of the best SUVs for driving on snow and ice.

HOW DO I ACTIVATE SNOW MODE?

To select Snow mode from your Terrain Response driving program:

1. Press the Terrain Response button on your cabin’s instrument panel. Your infotainment touchscreen will then display all available driving programs.

2. Touch the appropriate Grass/Gravel/Snow icon on your touchscreen, or rotate the driver’s-side heater control to select the program. The touchscreen displays a confirmation message and the appropriate icon for the selected driving program. The instrument panel also displays the same icon.

When driving in deep unpacked snow rather than packed frozen surfaces, we recommend selecting the Sand driving mode on your infotainment touchscreen.

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LAND ROVER WINTER DRIVING TIPS

BE PREPARED

Towards the end of autumn, book a pre-winter check at your local Land Rover Retailer.

CHECK YOUR TYRES

Make sure your winter tyres are properly inflated and remember that over-inflation can reduce grip.

MAINTAIN VISIBILITY

Before you set out, use a scraper or de-icer to clear windows, mirrors, headlights and brake lights.

UNDERSTAND TRACTION

If the wheels start to spin or slide, ease off the accelerator until you feel the tyres regain grip. On selected Land Rover models, Hill Descent Control removes the guesswork by automatically braking to maintain a steady speed.

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LAND ROVER WINTER DRIVING EQUIPMENT

Everything you need for your next sub-zero adventure.

  • Land Rover Winter Tyres

    WINTER TYRES

    Highly durable, Land Rover-approved tyres with deep tread for added reliability in wintry conditions.

  • Land Rover Snow Chains

    SNOW CHAINS

    Fit to your wheels to enhance steering, braking control and vehicle safety on icy roads.

  • Land Rover Traction Aid

    EMERGENCY SNOW TRACTION AID

    Emergency traction aid (snow socks) assists in the traction on snow and ice covered roads.

  • Driving On Snow Ice

    TIPS FOR DRIVING ON SNOW AND ICE

    Safely navigate the winter season on and off-road with our expert advice for driving on snow and ice.

  • Land Rover Wading Depths

    LAND ROVER WADING DEPTHS

    Find out the maximum wading depth of your Land Rover and how you can use it to get to places other vehicles can’t.

  • Land Rover Off Road

    HOW TO DRIVE OFF-ROAD

    Land Rover experts share their tips for heading off the beaten track with confidence and composure.

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