Crashing at 200km/h

Crashing at 200km/h
Crashing at 200km/h

First entry: Thursday, September 1, 2022, 8:30 p.m

Edited by: Giorgos Pallikaris

It’s no secret that in the last seven years the horsepower of even mainstream models has increased enormously. There is no longer a double-digit number for 0-100 while, initially with turbos and now with electrification, not only the accelerations but also the final speeds of the cars have doubled sharply.

Now a typical car has at least 150 horses and the ability to reach 180 km/h with great comfort, offering of course better pedals and more driver assistance systems.
However, the daily familiarization with higher horsepower should be accompanied by a constant reminder that the number one cause of fatal traffic accidents worldwide is excessive speed.

Cars are getting faster and faster, but drivers remain at the same level as the training around them has remained the same for decades. It is therefore quite important to remember, through a video, the devastating effects that a traffic accident with dizzying speed such as 200 km/h can have. A number that a few years ago only racing cars could achieve, but now it is almost commonplace.

Cars are getting faster and faster. Can drivers handle them?

Last updated: Thursday, September 1, 2022, 8:30 p.m

The article is in Greek

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