We don't even need to speculate about the occupants had this been in a "real" Defender
Incredible video and a testament to the quality of the structure. Spec-wise, there's no question of this vehicle's toughness. How they achieved that toughness (or more accurately, the complexity they layered onto that toughness) is what I have problem with. But, without a doubt, most Overlander's are way more likely to star in the video you just posted than we are to have any of the Defender's shortcomings due to complexity causing us a life-safety issue on a trip. Truly, if something electronic breaks and leaves you stranded, quite a few other things probably must go wrong for you to reach a fatal outcome. But given most people use their rigs as daily drivers, and given driving is literally the most dangerous activity most of us do, I think it's important to keep risks relative. I've been guilty and criticizing the ND for complexity, but the "rolls six times and you walk away with minor injuries" should be a super huge mark in the "pro" column and more than offset the complexity "con" for most folks use cases.