A car wreck is to be on display at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney Oct. 18-28. Joining the world’s biggest manufacturers, the Australasian New Car Assessment Program will participate for the first time as an exhibitor at the show, displaying a Hyundai i45 at its stand. But the car won't be a pristine, showroom-detailed model. Instead, it will be one that has undergone an ANCAP frontal-offset crash test that simulates hitting another vehicle of the same ...

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