Kia Seltos passes ANCAP crash test successfullyDecember 30, 2019
The new crossover of the Korean brand has been tested by an independent Australian association.
Recall that the ANCAP test report includes: a frontal impact on a 40 percent overlap at a speed of 64 km / h, a frontal impact on a 100 percent non-crushable barrier at a speed of 50 km / h, a side impact on a cart weighing 1,400 kg at a speed of 60 km / h, a hit on a pillar at an acceleration of 32 km / h at an angle of 75 degrees, bench tests of seats, as well as imitation of a pedestrian collision at a speed of 40 km / h.
In the tests, Seltos was used in the basic version for the Australian market. The car is equipped with six airbags, ABS, an automatic braking system, a lane control function, as well as tire pressure sensors. It is worth noting that in Australia and New Zealand left-hand traffic, and Seltos are delivered to these countries with right-hand drive.
During the tests, the car was able to get a rating of five out of five possible stars. Experts rated the safety of adult passengers at 85%, for children this figure is 83%, the safety of pedestrians is 61%, and the active safety systems were rated 70%
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