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Old 10-22-2015, 12:59 PM   #12 (permalink)
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It makes them do well in the test but nothing can break the laws of physics. The test is always into a barrier which simulates crashing into a car of equal size and weight. The average car one of these things will hit will be 3 times the weight or more. It will be like what a current Mirage or similar looks like after it hits a F350 at speed. Or what a F350 looks like after hitting a cement truck. Basically in a 50 mph collision between 2 cars, the big car goes from 50 mph down to 25 mph, a 25 mph difference, while the small car goes from 50 mph to -25 mph, a 75mph difference.
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