British royal family member challenged a stunt driver to a race for a Land Rover Defender
Earlier this year the grandson of the Queen of England's late sister, Princess Margaret, was one in a foursome that captured the Guinness Book of World Records title as being the youngest team to row around Great Britain, a 2,000-mile feat.
Team Exe Endurow set off on the journey by launching their quad boat into the water near Tower Bridge in London using a 2020 Land Rover Defender, while wearing Land Rover x Elliot Brown Holton Professional watches.
Another unique athletic venture has paired up Chatto and the watch again. The young royal challenged challenged stunt driver and W Series racing driver Jess Hawkins to a race: each would travel across the wilderness and the first one to the destination would be the winner. Hawkins entered the race fresh off serving as a stunt driver for the new James Bond movie “No Time to Die". She took the wheel of a 2020 Defender for the challenge. Chatto went on foot.
Before setting out, the two placed a wager. If Hawkins won, she would turn her Defender over to Chatto. If he won, he would turn his watch over to her.
A new video from Land Rover showcases the battle, marketing style, with the duo covering muddy tracks, rivers, and other natural obstacles. Watch the video below.
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The new Land Rover Defender is on sale now. The Land Rover x Elliot Brown Hilton Professional watch was built to withstand harsh environments. It retails for $624 in the U.S. as part of Land Rover's Above and Beyond Collection of technical clothing and equipment.
Chatto isn't the only British royal family member with ties to Land Rover. His cousin, Zara Tindall had an ongoing professional relationship with the company for years as a brand ambassador (Tindall is a world champion horse rider and won a silver Olympic medal in Eventing in 2012).