What would you do if you saw a vehicle towing a 100-tonne train? Freak out! Right? Well, then you better start freaking out because a Land Rover Discovery Sport SUV pulled three train carriages nearly 60 times its weight. That's the equivalent of towing a Boeing 757 Airliner! Whoa!

The stunt took place along the Hemishofen bridge, a historical steel span measuring 935ft long and 85ft above the valley floor.

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What's even more interesting is that the train was towed by an unmodified vehicle. The only modification was the fitment of rail wheels to act as stabilizers.

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Powered by Jaguar Land Rover’s 180PS Ingenium diesel engine providing 430Nm of torque, the vehicle undertook a 10km journey.

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The stunt was done to demonstrate the towing and traction technologies including all Terrain Progress Control – a semi-autonomous off-road driving system that automatically manages engine output and braking.

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Here is the insane video:

Land Rover, you beauty!