In the first test of its kind, Global NCAP has crashed one of the best-selling pick up model in Africa, the 2019 Nissan NP300 Hardbody, into a second-hand Nissan Navara NP300 manufactured in Europe in 2015.
As leaders of companies that together account for over 80% of total worldwide automobile production, we ask OICA to provide stronger leadership.
An accolade only available to automakers achieving the highest levels of safety performance for cars sold in India.
The TATA Tigor/Tiago achieves four stars for adult occupant protection and three stars for child occupant protection. This result follows the recent five star achievement of the TATA Altroz and the previous five star result for the TATA Nexon.
The recently launched Mahindra XUV300 reaches a solid five stars for adult occupant protection and four stars for child occupant protection.
Global NCAP launches the new round of #SaferCarsForIndia crash test results today with the welcome support of the FIA Foundation and Bloomberg Philanthropies. The recently launched TATA Altroz reaches a strong 5 stars for adult and three stars for child occupant protection. Global NCAP chose the entry-level model. David Ward, CEO and President of Global NCAP said, “The latest result in our #SaferCarsforIndia crash tests shows a strong signal that TATA is moving its fleet to 5-star levels of safety performance. We would like to encourage all other car manufacturers in India to follow TATA's example and bring affordable 5-star cars to Indian
Argentina, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico and South Africa yet to require inexpensive crash avoidance technology in cars—risking missing global target of 100% adoption by 2030.