Who's Afraid Of Scary At-The-Limits Handling?

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer

OK, your insurer might be. You’ll be fine though.

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  • ZoomZoom ZoomZoom on Nov 10, 2009

    I agree about the upside down thing, however; I did not get the point of the video. They showed a lot of (boring) detail about how they prepared the crash-test dummies. I'm sorry I sat through it because we never got to see the resulting damage on said dummies. It's okay to slightly bore me if the video will eventually connect the dots and come to a point. That was such a waste of time and patience that I think I'm done with videos for today.

  • PeteMoran PeteMoran on Nov 10, 2009

    Oh no! They're using COMPUTER MODELS!

  • Greg Locock Greg Locock on Nov 10, 2009

    What's the headline got to do with the video? Crashing things into walls is only vaguely connected to handling. And as crash tests go that doesn't seem very scary.

  • Zoneofdanger Zoneofdanger on Nov 11, 2009

    Awesome! The car comes with a special crash valet attendant, equipped with a special door opening tool in case you roll over onto an absolutely flat surface, who will open the door for you and escort you to your waiting luxury ambulance equipped with wifi.