The older cars were cheaper to repair after collisions and could indeed survive crashes fine (as depicted in the video) but nowadays the focus is on protecting the squishy humans inside, not protecting the car. Having crumple zones today means you're much more likely to total the car, but also much less of the collision impact gets transmitted to the driver.
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