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Euro NCAP articles

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Nissan LEAF charges ahead with five star results in safety tests

Nissan LEAF charges ahead with five star results in safety tests
Euro NCAP continues to set the agenda with new, more demanding challenges on safety technology to help protect vulnerable road users, including the introduction of the first cycling detection test for AEB. The five star result for the new Nissan LEAF recently published echoes the success of the original LEAF introduced in 2011 - the first all-electric car rated five stars by Euro NCAP.
26th April 2018

Putting autonomous pedestrian detection to the test

Putting autonomous pedestrian detection to the test
Euro NCAP is introducing a new test to check how well vehicles autonomously detect and prevent collisions with pedestrians. With new vehicles offering more autonomous driver assist systems, Euro NCAP’s Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) Pedestrian tests will make it simpler for consumers and manufacturers to find out which systems work best.
10th November 2015

Fading Stars: Toyota Aygo and Twins Disappoint in Safety Tests

Fading Stars: Toyota Aygo and Twins Disappoint in Safety Tests
The Toyota Aygo and its twins the Citroën C1 and Peugeot 107 have achieved 3 stars in Euro NCAP’s latest test series. All three cars have been recently facelifted from the previous models tested by Euro NCAP, that achieved four stars adult for occupant protection back in 2005. While the facelifted models are sold as new to the public, it is clear that they have failed to keep abreast of latest safety developments and standards.
19th December 2012


When innovation and a world first brings higher vehicle safety

Six new models have recently undergone safety tests: the Audi A3, Ford B-MAX, Isuzu D-Max, Kia Cee’d, Renault Clio and Volvo V40. Euro NCAP reports how these vehicle measure up against the latest requirements and finds encouraging trends.
29th August 2012

Euro NCAP to drive availability of AEB systems for safer cars in Europe

Euro NCAP today publishes the results of its survey on the availability of Autonomous Emergency Braking systems in Europe and reveals that the assessment programme will include AEB technologies in its star rating from 2014.
18th June 2012

More car manufacturers in step with higher pedestrian safety standards

In the latest set of Euro NCAP results, the BMW 3 Series, Hyundai i30, Mazda CX-5 and Peugeot 208 have received Euro NCAP’s maximum five star rating. All four vehicles show that car makers are rising to Euro NCAP’s challenging 2012 5 star requirements, especially in the area of pedestrian protection where the thresholds have been significantly increased this year.
23rd May 2012

Euro NCAP Announces The Results For Twelve New Vehicles Including First 5 Star Rating For a Pick-Up

This month’s top scorers with five stars are the Audi Q3, BMW 1 series, Chevrolet Captiva, Fiat Freemont, Ford Ranger, Hyundai Veloster, Mercedes M-Class, Opel/Vauxhall Astra and Opel/Vauxhall Zafira Tourer, Lancia Thema and Toyota Yaris. The Lancia Voyager was awarded four stars.
27th October 2011

Euro NCAP now testing plug-in electric vehicles

Euro NCAP today publishes the results of seven new vehicles, including its first test of a fully electric car, marking the start of a series of EV tests in 2011.
13th June 2011

EURO NCAP’S Standard Set For Upcoming Electric And Range-extender Cars

Euro NCAP reveals the results of six new cars, including the first 5 star overall rating for a fully electric vehicle.
1st June 2011


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