‘Car vs. World’s Strongest Trampoline’ — Viral Video!

Most cars are built to survive assaults, but they have obvious limitations such as high speed car crashes. The engineer put his vehicle through one of the most extreme tests imaginable. He dropped his Opel Corsa Swing hatchback from his height of 150 feet onto the world’s strongest trampoline. Find out which one survives in this “Car vs World’s Strongest Trampoline” viral YouTube video.

“Car vs. World’s Strongest Trampoline” YouTube Video by Former NASA Engineer Mark Rober

Opel Corsa swing bouncing on trampoline | Mark Rover via YouTube

The “Car vs. World’s Strongest Trampoline” YouTube video, with over 30 million views, is the brainchild of inventor, engineer, and educator Mark Rober. His popular YouTube channel features do-it-yourself gadgets and science experiments. Early in his career, Rober served as his NASA engineer for nine years, including work on the Mars rover Curiosity. He also worked on Apple’s self-driving car project.

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