The one on top if the ford, and bottom is landwind. Its kinda hard to tell after this lol.
Here's a video that tells the story of the notorious ADAC test in more detail.gr8 said:The one on top if the ford, and bottom is landwind. Its kinda hard to tell after this lol.
whoa the 04 chery doesnt have a airbag ??fightingtorque said:I can appreciate the value of progress, but on the other hand I started driving in 1988 using a car built in 1978. I didn't feel particularly afraid then, and I don't now.
My current car collection is as follows:
'85 lotus (for sale if anyone wants one!)
'95 lotus (new acquisition with 275 horsepower hehehehe)
of all these cars, only the BMW has an airbag.
So whilst I apreciate that if something doesn't meet current regulations it isn't allowed to be sold, I am not about to get too stressed if someone offers me a ride in a car that meets '90s regs but not the latest regs.
there we go again, crash test is not only about kinetic energy= mvsquared, theres alot to do with conservation of momentum, and mechanical energy, and metal bending shit.Real_I_Hate_China said:That's only 35 MPH. The current standard is 40 MPH, which increases the impact force by 31%.
Just remember that Isuzu Rodeo was an early 90's design and was never meant to pass 40 MPH tests.
Having seen the open door Ford here's the open door Landwind for comparison.gr8 said:The one on top if the ford, and bottom is landwind. Its kinda hard to tell after this lol.
no kidding more speed= worst crash all im saying is you dont just use the darn old kinetic energy formula and say theres 31% more energy. in otherwords ppl are just not as smart as they think they are.oo4load said:Then explain what you mean by that.
The test procedure of the 65km/h test is roughly the same as the 55km/h test. Only the impact speed is higher. Higher speed = more deformation.