ANCAP has completed its latest round of testing, with the Tesla Model 3 and new Audi A6 receiving the full five-star safety rating.
Starting with all the Tesla. The score was compiled after analysing crash test results conducted because of the Euro NCAP division, this gave it five stars captured. ANCAP awarded it 96 per-cent for adult occupant protection, 87 percent for child occupant protection, and 74 per-cent for pedestrian protection.
Thanks towards a array of active driving assist systems, for example autonomous emergency braking covering city, interurban and pedestrian detection, together with lane departure warning and advanced speed assistance fitted as standard, ANCAP gave it a notable 94 percent for safety assist systems. ANCAP CEO James Goodwin said:
“Now you have an impressive result, and great to determine electric vehicles continuing to prioritise safety. It really is encouraging to discover Tesla give equal appreciation of the active safety systems and technologies up to speed and also safety fundamentals over the structure and restraints.”
Likewise, the brand new Audi A6 was awarded some high scores following analysis of NCAP crash test results. It earned 93 per cent for adult occupant protection, 85 % for child occupant protection, and 81 % for pedestrian protection. Because of its similar suite of driving assist features, it was awarded 78 per-cent for the safety assist technologies.
The scores connect with all Australian and Nz variants of your Tesla Model 3 and Audi A6, not counting the new Audi S6 which remains in a status of unrated. Begin to see the videos below regarding their crash test performance.