This (more than) 30 year-old video presents the safety trials of a 1980 Chevy Citation hatch. It still stings (a bit) to see a new (at the time) vehicle get crushed to pieces, but it can sometimes be healthy to observe how far the modern automobile has come in terms of safety. After all, the Citation in this video precedes airbags, high-strength steel, and a plethora of other safety features that are standard in nearly all vehicles today.
So watch and appreciate progress in comparing it to the crash tests of the equally compact Chevy Cruze. Also, the slow-motion goodness start around the 2:40 mark: