Tesla Model Y electric crossover tested for safetyJanuary 12, 2021
Tesla’s Model Y electric crossover has undergone safety tests. These tests were conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NTHSA).
This model proved to be excellent during the tests. Thus, she received a maximum of five points in all categories: front impact, side impact and roll-over protection. In addition, safety systems such as frontal collision warning, lane departure warning, and emergency braking were highly rated during testing.
Thus, according to the test results, it can be concluded that if an accident occurs, the driver and passengers of the Model Y will be maximally protected. In addition, the electric car will try to do everything possible autonomously to prevent an accident.
As a reminder, the Tesla Model Y is an electric crossover that was first unveiled in March 2019. Serial production of the model began in Fremont, USA, in January 2020. The main competitor to the American electric car is the Audi E-tron.
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