2014 Range Rover Sport–Wading depth increases to 850mm, almost 33.5in, Wade Sensing introduced #NewRangeRoverSport

There were hints about the new Wade Sensing feature popping up on the 2014 Range Rover in the UK.  Apparently the alerts appear in the main instrument cluster – not sure if it matters on the Sport whether you have the physical gauges or the 12.3” tft guages.

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Wade Sensing

Another unique Land Rover innovation, introduced for the first time on the Range Rover Sport, is the new Wade Sensing™ feature. Wade Sensing™ uses sensors in the door mirrors to provide the driver with information when driving through water, which is particularly beneficial when visibility is poor and at night. A visual display and warning chimes alert the driver as the water level rises around the vehicle. Made even more beneficial to the driver now that the Sport’s maximum wading depth has increased by 150mm over the previous model to 850mm.

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