Since the average velocities must be the same, the car's final velocity must be twice the trunk velocity assuming the car start with zero velocity, since acceleration remain the same throughout the journey velocities at half-time point must be equal.
the human brain is responsible for involuntary activities, such as regulating heartbeat, breathing, and blinking. Although the brain controls both voluntary and involuntary activities, different regions of the brain are devoted to each type of task.
Both involuntary and voluntary actions are controlled by the same parts of the brain. Hindbrain and midbrain control involuntary actions like salivation, vomiting, etc. All the body's voluntary actions are controlled by the motor cortex in the frontal lobe of the cerebrum.