The new Volvo XC60 Roll Over crash test

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+3 1. ringmaster commented 5 years ago

I am glad they do this because these kind of damages are poorly explored.
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+1 2. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

Crash test dummy worse job in the world, they deserve every penny they earn. 8-)
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+6 3. Sale commented 5 years ago

And somehow it stays almost as good as new! Great!
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+5 4. lolotbtc commented 5 years ago

Would like to know if you can open the doors now ?
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+5 5. Billm1 commented 5 years ago

How would you manage to roll a car square on side ways with out any forward movement, park on a steep hill side on?? Is it make a test to suit the car or the car to suit the test, I am not sceptical really,
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+3 6. LightAng3l commented 5 years ago

#17 That's not how physics works mate. Look at rally car rolls and you will see that regardless of speed the car rolls sideways. That's because the car changes it's angle after hitting the ground with it's roof and turns to the side. Momentum is preserved. I have not seen a car roll diagonally combining forward and sideway motion.

In movies they use half a ramp to roll the car at high speeds and the car twists in the air, lands and starts rolling sideways if the stund driver does it well, if not, the car will twist and land on the roof, no roll.
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+1 7. CorpseGrinder commented 5 years ago

#6 nice explanation
Momentum is one unforgiving Bi**h ;)
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+2 8. camoga commented 5 years ago

gotta love Volvo
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+1 9. ComentAtor commented 5 years ago

#5 Mister LightAng3l is right, i experienced it twice
first time i had my license for only 2 months , going back from a wedding at 3am oversteered into the corner and did around 3 rolls
ended on the roof in a vineyard with around 6 stainless steel pierced through the car .. all around me.. lucky i guess
second time 5 years later my friend said : you wanna see how this baby goes (@5am) and then he caught a patch of gravel left of the road and sideways rollin' again
this time i left my bloody mark on the roof

secondly this is the easiest way to test the roof strength , i dont think the angle of the crash is important here, all cars are tested the same so it just a way to compare the cars

i am not sure whether to teach my sons how to drive (school of safe driving, driving on ice, karting) or to lock them in the house until 28 years old..
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-1 10. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#9 I like long drawn out wedding celebrations like that, ending the celebration at midnight is so ridiculous.
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0 11. cameramaster commented 5 years ago

No inflatable crash bag on that model then?
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+1 12. snotraddict commented 5 years ago

0:25 wow can't believe they lost a mirror. >:)

#11 those inflate in a head on.
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+1 13. Billm1 commented 5 years ago

6# No, rally cars don’t always roll sideways, I rolled a rally car and it went corner to corner four times and bent every panel bar one (the fibreglass bonnet) and was still driveable be it with three flat tyres as well, and all I can say is roll cages are bloody good invention and we both walked away from it. PS and it did not drive in a straight line after that.