So what are those images titled? "ormina's first driving exam" or what? lol....I see on TV that FBI's profilers believe that the perps often return to the scene of the crime..he he.
Jesting aside, that is an interesting wreck, but it seems like you caught it on a somewhat bland day, lighting-wise. That flattens the colors and creates no natural contrast to play on. Interesting though they are, your images look a little "forensic" if you know what i mean.
Artistic car-photography is a lot about geometry. Intersecting lines - and you got a few extra one intersecting here..lol.
1) Kneel down in front of where the right front light was and adjust to a shallow field of depth and snap on where the part of the front light and half a quarter foot is in focus, the rest gradually out of focus. Make the shot vertical.
2) Grab one through with the doors - one behind the other, seeing parts of the rear. Shallow depth-of-field.
3) Climb a few step up that small hill, frame the body near the bottom. Vertical shot..get some of the background:path and perhaps trees on the right side.
4) Get inside the body - rear seat - take a fun shot out the front seeing the hood. Wide-angle.
5) Like your last shot: but use macro..get a little closer. Bounce the flash. Alternately, try to bring a flashlight (LED).
6) Get there on a clear day - sunup, sundown or on a super bright day at noon with the sun high.
Post processing: (try different things to see if it adds more drama)
1) Boost contrast and saturation.
3) Monochrome all but the yellows and orange maybe.
Anyhow, just some ideas...