When I first saw this, I immediately wondered: WHY THE BLANKET?
Now I know. It’s because the front end of the car is almost completely GONE.
Check out these still shots, taken from Loudlabs News footage:
The carriage and rear end are cocked back from a blast that cleared the engine compartment. The left front wheel and part of the front bumper are about all that’s left, and they are cocked forward.
Now from the driver’s side angle:
Note what looks to be the hood twisted around the left side of the palm tree.
Now, a direct side shot:
The blanket was there to hide the fact that almost the entire front end of the car is gone.
Only a bomb could have done that.
Perhaps this explains the flight of the engine down the street. I leave that to the more technically-minded to decide.
Here is the footage: