Ever wondered how a 4x4 is tested?

2015 Ford F-150 Torture Tests

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+3 1. Malakyte commented 4 years ago

The last test can be seen on this video (http://tinyurl.com/p9om7b8) and most of the production units don't survive. >:)
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0 2. solo2r commented 4 years ago

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+1 3. loadrunner commented 4 years ago

I can already feel my kidneys. :'(
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+4 4. dave9191 commented 4 years ago

In case anyone is wondering why in some shots the car is claded in padding / material - it's to stop spying on the shape and style of new models. They obscure the contours of the car so no one can get early spy shots in.
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+4 5. ZaMpTi commented 4 years ago

Not a 4x4 test, just a usual car test all car manufactures do?!
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0 6. schlafanzyk commented 4 years ago

Or just drive on Soviet era roads for one week - no need for an expensive test course :D