The driver behind the wheel of the VW Golf steps on the accelerator and speeds directly towards a BMW standing right across the motorway. It's almost too painful to watch. The Golf then crashes into the BMW, on the driver's side. The door is dented, the BMW driver squashed. The rest happens in a flash: The Golf driver's smartphone automatically dials the number of the emergency call center. A lady asks whether anyone is injured and whether the location information transmitted is correct. She then alerts an ambulance, which makes its way to the courtyard of the Allianz Center for Technology in Ismaning, Germany, its siren blaring, just moments later. Four paramedics leap out of the vehicle, drag the life-size dummy out of the BMW and secure a soft collar around its neck. The injured party is a crash test dummy, the driver - a stuntman.