: Seville crash test

johnny kannapo
03-09-11, 01:52 PM
The end result is predictable.


03-09-11, 03:22 PM
wow nice find was that one of the original crash tests ? or did some private company do that recently

03-09-11, 03:58 PM
OMG Big, burly, American tank pulverizes puny weakling jap-crap. LOLZ.

03-09-11, 03:59 PM
Having once owned a '95 Accord, I was a little shocked at how badly the Accord's passenger compartment disintegrated. But besides the weight differential, you also have to consider the size of the cars. Look closely at the first and second angle, and you'll see about 3/4 of the Seville's front impacts the Accord, while only 1/4 to 1/3 of the Accord impacts the Seville.

johnny kannapo
03-09-11, 06:17 PM
I enjoted this old clip in that group of vids.


03-09-11, 07:28 PM
Time marches on, but I enjoyed seeing the old road test of the '93 Eldorado ETC. Today it is often forgotten what a real surge forward the Northstar engined Cadillacs really were. Not to mention the stunning good looks of the STS's and Eldo's. In the 1990's these cars really did offer a new alternative for buyers of high end European sedans.

03-09-11, 07:41 PM
Wow. The A pillar on that Accord got owned. Goodness.

03-09-11, 09:31 PM
I love how John Davis calls it the "return of Cadillac" in that video. Seems like we play that charade every 10 years.

03-10-11, 02:42 PM
Now we get to watch "Goodbye, Cadillac"...considering the BS assortment they're going to have in a year or two...

18 different CTS...a compact...and a LaCrosse...

03-10-11, 03:05 PM