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Has anyone seen a confirmed spec for the GV80’s “Maximum Wading Depth?”

I live on a barrier island which is prone to flooding and just how much water I could safely drive through if all hecht broke loose is a critical spec for me.

One video mentioned 50cm (19.685 in) but I’d sure like to see that confirmed somewhere.

A few of the Rangies quote a more impressive 700mm (27.560) ... but I’m kinda loving the GV80.
 

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Has anyone seen a confirmed spec for the GV80’s “Maximum Wading Depth?”

I live on a barrier island which is prone to flooding and just how much water I could safely drive through if all hecht broke loose is a critical spec for me.

One video mentioned 50cm (19.685 in) but I’d sure like to see that confirmed somewhere.

A few of the Rangies quote a more impressive 700mm (27.560) ... but I’m kinda loving the GV80.
I saw 50 cm on a ad video for the GV80. Nothing in the manual.
 

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Considering the new Range Rover has a wadding depth of 60 cm at the lowest, the GV80 getting 50 cm isn't so bad. @Gv80 any specific depth you need the GV80 to clear?
No. I’ll probably go with the GV80 and hope for the best. It’s just that our little island doesn’t drain well, especially if it rains hard during a mid to high tide. I ruined the TPMS in our Jag XKR by driving through a puddle that formed when a Tropical dumped inches of rain in an hour while I was off-island.

The real concern would be if we first tried to ride out a storm in our home, then chickened out and wanted to evacuate. Not a smart move, I know but I’ve done dumber.
 
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