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Tackling Khardung La in a Mini Cooper Convertible

Driving a road car to Khardung La -- the Himalayan mountain pass that claims to be the highest drivable road in the world at 5602 meters, or 18,380 feet, or 790 feet higher than Everest base camp, or half the cruising altitude of a passenger jet -- was never going to be easy, but we didn't foresee the varied and inventive ways in which this trip would try to kill us.

Read the full story here: http://www.automobilemag.com/reviews/driven/1303_such_great_heights/index.html

Credits Automobile Magazine
added on 5 Feb. 2013

Make: Mini


 
 

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