The speeding motor collided with the animal when it stepped onto the highway near Bikaner in Rajasthan, India.
The camel flew into the car, shattering the windshield and getting trapped inside.
In the video, the terrified animal writhes around with its head sticking out of the sun roof.
Its legs are coiled up in the front seat of the silver five-door car as it makes a distressed grunting sound.
The injured driver was taken to hospital and the roof of the car was cut open to free the stricken camel, which is being treated by vets.
The driver escaped unharmed after the July 9 smash but passers-by battled for nearly four hours to rescue the camel.
Rajat Singh, 23, a resident of Bikaner, said: "The camel was horribly entangled.
"Its head popped out of the sun roof of the car."
The Indian state of Rajasthan is home to 80 per cent of India's camels.
Their population in the desert state has been dwindling in recent years and recently 11 of them were rescued from being slaughtered.
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