Speed will not alone determine the level of structural deformation. Remember, it's not speed that kills you, it's the suddenly stopping part. If you roll your vehicle over a surface of compliant foam (heh), it will look very different than if you do over a hard, rocky surface. Unfortunately I can speak to this from personal experience, but I was in a vehicle with a good structure and airbag system.
In addition, we have the all-to-common 'it crumpled like a beercan!' complaint from layfolk, despite that working as designed. Sigh.
I'm so thankful that vehicle safety systems are as amazing as they are. I'm a sports car aficionado and recently I upgraded my '90 design sports car to one released in 2013 purely out of fear of being hurt in a crash. Sure enough, a year later a friend who did not upgrade was involved in a rollover. He broke both femurs, 3 vertebrae, etc etc etc. I can't believe he's alive.
Sup dude. See you in 3-5 years with our matching DefendersI'm OK with issues if I'm getting a break on the vehicle up front due to depreciation
100% agreed on all points. It's frustrating but my options are that, or a 2009 era Toyota. If Toyota ever releases a new truck, I'll consider that vs a heavily depreciated Defender.