My father-in-law's reaction to being pummeled with 691 horsepower of instant-on electric acceleration in the Tesla Model S P85D was fun, but this, this is educational.

To get what appears to be an iPhone 4/4S stuck to the back of a seat is a solid representation of your internal organs for the first few seconds after nailing the throttle. Sure, the combination of the leather and what's likely some kind of rubberized case helps, but still… damn. And further proof that you should really have something to protect your phone from the D.