I've always been curious about those jaw-dropping car crash scenes in movies, especially ones involving high-end cars. After some digging, I found out that they don't really destroy those expensive, luxury cars - it's all Hollywood magic! It turns out that affordable car models are usually modified to look like the high-end cars and are then used for the crash scenes. So, rest assured, no Lamborghinis or Ferraris are harmed during the making of films. It's all about creating the illusion, and they sure do a good job at it!