With the selection still active, use the Move Tool (V). Move the selection on the duplicated layer, displacing it from where it originally was.
Repeat Steps 03 and 04 across the image several times – aim for around 20 times. Do most of the displacing on sections along the left-hand side of the car, to indicate movement. Also, displace little dashes across the car’s boot, as though it’s leaving a slipstream or a trail.
Now it’s time to add some particle effects on the image, to reinforce the shattering effect. Select the Brush tool (B) and choose a hard, nine-pixel brush. Access the Brush settings on the top-right corner of the application. Make sure Shape Dynamics is checked, and set the Spacing to 80%. Be sure to check Scattering as well, and then select Scatter with the Both Axes box checked and set to 100%. Select a dark red colour from your image using the eyedropper tool and using the brush create a few particles across the image.
To strengthen the shattered effect, repeat Steps 03-05 ten further times. You can also use the Pen tool (P), to create more organic selections, then right-click (Ctrl + click) the shape and select Convert into a Selection before displacing on the ‘Background 2’ layer from its original position on the base background layer.