Bigger does not mean safer

This is interesting piece at Youtube (I like the last bit where a big chunk of the windscreen is sent flying towards the camera!)…


And read further details over Autoblog.

For a car that is as big as a Toyota Camry, use of inferior material clears shows how dangerous it can be when it is involved in an accident. Even our Proton Waja faired slightly better (before it was trashed in Top Gear, of course) but may not the case for Proton Saga and Perodua Kancil that most of us are driving. Maybe it will break into four and reduce to dust?

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3 thoughts on “Bigger does not mean safer

  1. did you catch the Jiangling Landwind crash test videos on PaulTan’s site a while back?

    that one lagi pathetic, somemore an SUV….

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