Crash Test Global EV NCAP first to give four-star Tata Tigor EV result here

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The redesigned Tata Tigor Global EV, the first electric vehicle tested by Global NCAP, received a four-star accident rating for both adults and children. This test is part of the SaferCars for India safety monitoring program.

Thus, in terms of safety, the Tigor EV matches the Tigor combustion engine, which received four stars in last year’s GNCAP competition. The Tigor EV deserves a four-star safety rating for both adults and children. It is believed that the space between the body and the legs is unstable.

Both the petrol and electric versions receive 4 stars. India’s automotive program started in 2014.

Tata Tigor EV 2021 4-Star GNCAP Safety Rating Description

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The new Tata Tigor EV features standard safety features and comes standard with two airbags. The EV test results were 12 of 17 for adults and 37.24 of 49 for children. Help get 4 stars. Head and chest protection for adults and children is “good” according to Global NCAP and “adequate” for drivers.

However, the body and footprint of the Tigor EV are considered “unstable”. According to Global NCAP, the Tigor can be further upgraded with Electronic Stability Control (ESC), side-impact protection, and a three-point belt that connects all seats. ISOFIX.

Alejandro Furas, CEO of NCAP Global, said: Tigor points out that improvements are also possible in the electric vehicle model. This can be a technical problem for electric drive systems. We thank Tata Motors for its “continued commitment to safety” using new drive technologies to achieve broader environmental and environmental goals.

David Ward, Chairman of the Towards Zero Foundation, said: Improving the safety and sustainability of any manufacturer’s operations in the Indian market is possible. For more detail click here

Crash Test consideration

Adult Crew Protection – Excellent head protection for drivers and occupants. The co-pilot’s neck was well protected. The driver’s chest is well protected and the passenger seat is well protected. The driver’s and passenger’s knees are difficult to protect as they can collide with the dangerous structures behind the dashboard carried by the TransAsia Tube. Drivers and passengers demonstrated adequate and good safety. The structure is classified as unstable and cannot withstand additional loads. The foot part is classified as unstable. The vehicle is equipped with driver and passenger seat belt alerts (SBR).

Child Safety – The car seat for children aged 3 to 1.5 years is attached to the rear seat belt and the adult side seat belt to prevent accidental sliding forward. Chest and head protection were good. Symptoms of CRS were permanent. The recommended SCR did not indicate any incompatibilities. This car has a lap belt in the rear center position. The vehicle is not equipped with ISOFIX anchors. 4 stars or more for child safety.

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