When GM-Holden engineers exhibited extreme confidence that the Cruze SRi-V can consistently stop from 100 km/hr in the same place time and time again, someone decided to put their claim to the test. And what better way to do that than to roll out the one-of-a-kind gorgeous concept car — the Holden Efijy — and then to test the Cruze’s ability to stop before hitting the million-dollar concept? We can’t think of a better way, so that’s exactly what they did:
Unsurprisingly, the Cruze safely comes to a stop before the Efijy — a circumstance we assume would come to an end when done repeatedly, lap after lap.
Fun fact: the gorgeous Efijy was designed by none other than the recently-appointed GM-Holden design director Richard Ferlazzo.
The GM Authority Take
Now that’s an entertaining way to demonstrate stopping prowess. We’re not sure which video is better — this one, or the one featuring the Cruze lapping the (very same) track with three GM-Holden interior designers in the back seat in the hands of a professional driver.