The Higgs Boson still hasn't made an appearance, but in an even more stunning discovery, apparently the Large Hadron Collider has been responsible for creating the new 2012 Range Rover Sport. That's $US9 billion well spent right there.
Unfortunately, the LHC has yet to discover the elusive Higgs Boson particle, but on a positive note, auto industry analysts and Range Rover stock holders had also hoped the LHC would reveal the 2012 version of the company's sport utility vehicle, as predicted by the 2011 model. Which of course will help us better understand how a sport SUV should handle while still providing the same luxurious ride as a similarly priced sedan. [YouTube via Creative Review]