Land Rover has released a mobile phone game to help promote the new Range Rover Sport
4 August 2005

Can't afford a Range Rover Sport? Well now you can test drive a virtual version on your mobile phone. In partnership with Blue Sphere Games Ltd, Land Rover has launched Range Rover Sport Tourer, a downloadable game for mobile phones.

The game allows mobile users to take a supercharged Sport on a virtual world tour, passing landmarks such as the Great Wall of China and Mount Rushmore. Essentially the game is a simple race against the clock, with additional points awarded for taking photographs en route. Charges vary according to network.

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