Kia Seltos Passes ANCAP Crash TestJanuary 1, 2020
The new Korean crossover has passed safety tests.
The independent Australian association ANCAP conducts car crash tests, and the test report includes a frontal impact of 40% overlap at a speed of 64 km / h, as well as a frontal impact of a 100% non-crushable barrier at a speed of 50 km / h and side impact with a cart weighing 1,400 kg at a speed of 60 km / h. In addition, the list of tests includes a hit on a pillar at an acceleration of 32 km / h at an angle of 75 degrees, bench tests of seats and simulated pedestrian collisions at a speed of 40 km / h.
As part of testing the Kia Seltos crossover in the “base”, which is intended for the Australian market, the car scored the maximum number of stars. Recall that the novelty is equipped with six airbags, ABS, as well as the function of monitoring the movement in the lane, an automatic braking system and tire pressure sensors.
It is noted that the safety of adult passengers was rated at 85%, children – at 83%, and the safety of pedestrians is 61%. Active safety complexes during crash tests were rated 70%.
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