Frontal Impact takes place at 64 Km/h, 40% of the width of the car striking a deformable barrier. In the side impact, a mobile deformable barrier impacts the driver's door at 50 km/h. In the pole test, the car tested is propelled sideways at 29km/h into a rigid pole.
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Crash Test a 200km/h
Focus jogado contra um bloco de concreto a 200km/h. Matéria completa no
primeiro episódio da vigésima temporada do Fifth Gear.
Tata Nano scores zero stars in Global NCAP crash tests
The first-ever independent crash tests of some of India's popular and
important small cars have shown a high-risk of life threatening injuries in
In the 64km/h NCAP test, the Tata Nano achieved zero stars rating for its
adult occupant protection. The vehicle structure was rated as unstable,
increasing the risk of life-threatening injuries and making the car
unsuitable for the fitment of airbags.
The car achieved a zero-star rating for its child protection as it was not
possible to install child seats in the car.
The Nano was not able to meet the UN's minimum safety requirements in the
56km/h crash test.
Read more about the crash tests here: http://bit.ly/1loNVSh
Ford Focus Crash Test
FIlmed at Millbrook Proving Ground in their crash test lab using a psc unit
and mulitple high speed cameras shooting at 1000fps for the crash.
Euro NCAP | BMW 5 Series | 2010 | ESC test
Euro NCAP carried out "sine-with-dwell" tests according to the ESC GTR
global technical regulation, which is based on the US regulation FMVSS126.
For cars that allowed the ESC system to be switched off, tests were carried
out with ESC ON and OFF. Cars were tested by undergoing multiple runs,
sometimes as much as 60 per car, each time increasing the steering angle
and input. The clip shows the 'first ESC off test' where the car span out.
The 'ESC on test' is the one with the same steering input.
Mercedes-Benz Actros Safety Truck - Active Brake Assist 2
Mercedes-Benz führt im Schwer-Lkw Actros die zweite Generation des Active
Brake Assist ein. Dieses Sicherheitssystem kann jetzt noch mehr: Leitete es
bisher vor langsamer vorausfahrenden Hindernissen bei Gefahr eines
Auffahrunfalls automatisch eine Bremsung ein, so wird der neue Active Brake
Assist 2 auch vor stehenden Hindernissen aktiv, etwa einem überraschenden