Here's what happens to a Ford Focus when it's crashed into a wall at more than 120 mph

This experiment shows the impact of a Ford Focus in a crash test. What will happen to this car when it's propelled at full speed into a wall? Switching from 190 km/h to 0 km/h in 68 milliseconds causes enormous amounts of damage. Truly a spectacular crash.

There are umpteen varieties of cars out there, from the highly expensive and luxurious models from Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini, to the not so luxurious vehicles, yet much more practical, like the Ford Focus, for example.

The Ford Focus was created as part of Alexander Trotman's Ford 2000 plan which aimed to globalise model development and provide one compact vehicle that could then be sold on a worldwide scale. The original car was designed in 1998 and was designed by teams from Germany and Britain.

But what happens when one of these practical, widespread, compact cars hurtles towards a wall at full speed? Well, that's exactly what the minds behind this experiment wanted to find out. And oh boy, did they find out, all right.

As you can see in the video above, after the car collides with the wall at 120mph, practically the entire vehicle is destroyed upon impact and as the narrator also explains, only the back of the car was not completely obliterated by the collision.

Check out the video above to see this collision for yourself!

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