What is something in the car?
In a word, no. An asset is something that tends to be a concrete investment, or something that appreciates in value. A car reduces in value as soon as you purchase it, so it is not an asset. The purchase of an expensive car is not a wise investment. Exceptions: A car that is either old and restored, or a customized car may give you more money in the future.
"Rammed into something" is the past tense of the phrase "ram into something." If he continues driving like that, he will ram into something. He continued to drive badly, so he rammed into something. But if the infinitive remains ("to ram"), then it does not change. See below. I am so angry that I want to use my car to ram into something. Yesterday I was so angry that I wanted to use my car…