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Because if it was 88, they would be in the future.
You mean back to the future?

I ain't got no time for dat time travel nonsense!
 
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I hope the test staff opened the driver's side door after the crash. If it popped open during the crash, that isn't good.
 

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I hope the test staff opened the driver's side door after the crash. If it popped open during the crash, that isn't good.
This was my first thought as well, but taking a few more views of the pictures I realized there is a high probability they opened the doors to get inside the vehicle after the crash test. They probably need to open the doors for a variety of reasons after a test. Also, them moving it might shift parts and panels, so we shouldn't read much into its state after having been moved.
 


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Can we assume with this much damage, the CT is totaled?

Any idea how they will rate the insurance since it’s a new vehicle design?

Anyone own a Ford lightning and can share their insurance policy numbers? Especially if they also own a F150/250 ice truck.

Rick
 

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Can we assume with this much damage, the CT is totaled?

Any idea how they will rate the insurance since it’s a new vehicle design?

Anyone own a Ford lightning and can share their insurance policy numbers? Especially if they also own a F150/250 ice truck.
Rick
$400/six months when I got it in January. Geico just raised it to $450 with $500 deductible on a Pro in Maryland.

With front wheels that close to the bumper and giga cast probably damaged, if it is not totaled, it won't be cheap.
 

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I hope the test staff opened the driver's side door after the crash. If it popped open during the crash, that isn't good.
They have to retrieve the CTDs (Crash Test Dummies) 🧐🤔;)
 


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$400/six months when I got it in January. Geico just raised it to $450 with $500 deductible on a Pro in Maryland.

With front wheels that close to the bumper and giga cast probably damaged, if it is not totaled, it won't be cheap.
Wow, that is dirt cheap compared to Los Angeles.
Thanks for the info.

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as noted ‘real tests’ are only at 35-40, with results extrapolated for any higher speeds

Anyone own a Ford lightning and can share their insurance policy numbers? Especially if they also own a F150/250 ice truck.
between a 2019 ICE F150 to a 2022 Lightning, my rates went down by $50/6 mo period

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