For the most part I have to agree with Enforcer on this. Other than the obvious, a few of the things that I'm curious about are:
1. Why does it look like the driver is driving so much more aggressively in the GC than the other two....in both videos regardless of load.
2. They said the ESP didn't work...why?
I work with vehicle dynamics Engineers that drive like this in testing, they were concerned when they saw this. The "Moose Test" is not an official test used in vehicle development world wide (not that it shouldn't be), but there is a similar test that is very common and is used by many companies, including Ford, GM and Chrysler. It's called the "Double Lane Change" and the main difference is where the "Moose" pattern is: straight ahead-sharp left-short straight-sharp right-straight ahead (more of a square wave), the "DLC" is: straight ahead-sharp left-immediate sharp right-back to straight ahead (more of a sine wave).
It is my understanding that the DLC is worse than the Moose because the vehicle never gets a chance to settle (even briefly) after the first hard left because there's no short straight (while you're presumably in the other lane) before the wheel gets jerked the other way. This is what has me most concerned/interested...I have no doubt the WK2 went through DLC testing (and the one video with the robot steering is proof of part of it)....I don't doubt they tested it with full payload as well. Something's amiss here (either with the vehicle or the test), I'm concerned, and look forward to seeing what happens next.
Also, an experienced driver can skew a test (hence the robot, which can also steer WAY faster than a human), so if something is wrong with the ESP, the driver can make the car go nuts pretty easily (see question 1 above). Having said that, I feel the only reason the Jeep didn't flip in the first video was because the driver stopped it (whether he intentionally put it that position or not). Yes I realize it was over loaded. Don't think it should have de-beaded the front tire in the second test either.