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Cars need to be tested very thoroughly before they are ready to be introduced into the market. Every manufacturer does some form of torture testing for its vehicles but Volkswagen takes it to the next level.
From a Beetle's locked wheels sliding across a series of sharp ruts to underbodies being struck at speed, this video shows it all. Doors are slammed to a merry accordion tune and a Caravelle gets Kobe Byrant-like airtime, which is truly not to be missed. There's a big hammer doing its thing in there somewhere too.
This short video just goes to show how tough these cars really are, and the quality of end product that customers get. Indian manufacturers too, might want to consider creating films of their testing and put it out to the public. We'd like to see an Innova get air too, please...