Land Rover and renowned photographer Jonas Bendiksen have revealed the first in a series of unique works entitled Ultimate Vistas, extraordinary landscape photographs captured with help from the world’s ultimate SUV, the Range Rover.
Bendiksen used the vehicle’s intelligent Terrain Response 2 technology to reach superior vantage points off the beaten track for each stunning shot of innovative architecture of Oslo, the northwest Dovre Mountains, the snow-covered plateaus and vast fjords of Geiranger, and the Art Nouveau-inspired town of Ålesund.
The entire expedition was completed in a production Range Rover TDV6 Autobiography, which transported Jonas, his crew and all their equipment. The Range Rover is the epitome of luxury, with clean lines echoing the modern architecture of Oslo and the unique capability that allows it to take such an expedition in its stride.
“I spend my entire life chasing that perfect picture, but part of the joy of it is the hunt. Photography is for me a language, a way in which I can express myself, and it has become a way in which I see the world,” said Jonas Bendiksen. “I love trips I can do entirely by driving. When I’m on the road I can stop anywhere and capture an opportunity in an instant. The Range Rover was the perfect partner for me in that respect.”
Enjoy this gallery of photos showing Land Rover’s biggest, baddest off-roader in stunning natural landscapes:
Future locations in the Ultimate Vistas series will include the USA and China, so stay tuned!