I don't get it? Do you not have full coverage? I'm pretty sure that you can get it covered regardless of which car you were in it, you just may get a way higher premium for it. If you can get the other car, and it's in similar condition, I'd do that. You've gone through the zones of the car designed to crush in an impact. The car will never be as safe as it was before. You could make one a track car, and just go nuts with it, and get the other for driving around. But realize, that's huge damage on a car like ours. It had to put impact on the block, even if it doesn't show right now. There are a lot of parts that could have sustained serious damage without it being visible. I'd personally say go for the other car and decide what you want to do with the wrecked one. I'm not trying to be a buzz kill. Sorry to hear about it, but obviously you're okay and that is the important thing meaning the car did its job of protecting you.