Audi 5000 / 100 / 200 | 1985 | Frontal Crash Test by NHTSA | CrashNet1
C3 Audi 5000 S / 100 / 200
Impact speed for the vehicle was 32mph(56.33kph).
The vehicle tested is complied with:
-FMVSS 212: Windshield Retention
-FMVSS 219: Windshield Intrusion
-FMVSS 301-75: Fuel Sustem Integrity
Head injury criteria(HIC):Driver-2105, Passenger-557.
Test note: The driver's knees translated forward and struck the instrument
panel. The steering column rotated upward as the dummy's head and upper
torso moved forward until the face struck the steering wheel hub and lower
rim. The hands struck the instrument panel.
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2012 Audi A6 CRASH TEST
The passenger compartment remained stable in the frontal impact. The A6 is
fitted with Audi's adaptive frontal airbags and seat belts. Sensors in the
front seat rails detect whether an occupant is positioned close to the
steering wheel (a small driver, for example) or more rearwards. The
restraint system is tuned accordingly, using special vents in the airbags
and seat belt load limiters adapted to the appropriate occupant size. In
the frontal test, the system worked well and both the driver and
passenger's heads were well protected. Dummy readings indicated good
protection of the dummies' knees and femurs. Audi showed that the car would
provide a similar level of protection to occupants of different sizes and
to those sat in different positions. In the side barrier impact, the dummy
indicated good protection of all body regions. However, the driver's door
was found to be unlatched after the test and the car was penalised for
this. In the pole test, the car provided marginal protection of the
driver's chest. The seat and head restraint provided good protection
against whiplash injuries in the event of a rear-end collision.
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