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sportman



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is it aerodynamic ??

I read some where in net that drag coefficient (Cd or Cx) is a number that describes a characteristic amount of aerodynamic, do anybody knows the drag coefficient for RRS I believe it should be better that RR and Dicsc 3

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grommet



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The press package says RRS has a drag coefficient 0.37, which is good for a big SUV. The Discovery 3/LR3 is 0.41.

For reference, a Porsche Cayenne, Jeep Grand Cherokee & Land Rover Range Rover are all 0.39 -- and the forthcoming Audi Q7 is 0.34.

Post #18956 Sun Mar 19 2006 6:27am
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that is actually pretty good for what amounts to be a raised box Smile i'm surprised that the cayenne has a higher Cd than our car www.vip-culture.com | 06 RRS HSE | 06 Odyssey Touring

Post #18957 Sun Mar 19 2006 6:47am
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sportman



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grommet wrote:
The press package says RRS has a drag coefficient 0.37, which is good for a big SUV. The Discovery 3/LR3 is 0.41.

For reference, a Porsche Cayenne, Jeep Grand Cherokee & Land Rover Range Rover are all 0.39 -- and the forthcoming Audi Q7 is 0.34.


Thanks grommet..it really good achievement for land rover

Post #18961 Sun Mar 19 2006 9:37am
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