A 50 Mph, 70% overlap rear crash test.

Result: Pass - No Fuel Leak.
(Should apply to both Petrol and Diesel models)

This is a test on the fuel system to ensure there is no fuel leakage in a high-speed rear-end collision. There is no instrumentation in the dummies.

Comments

    • Hubert Walter
      Hubert Walter

      What the heck happened to the front seat? does not look right, it moved so far backwards a person sittign in the back would be badly injured..

      about 2 months ago
    • CarPro1993
      CarPro1993 In reply to Hubert Walter

      +kode1996 Instead of NHTSA focusing on the new Oblique Overlap NCAP Test, they need to incorporate the FMVSS 301 test into NCAP results. Just because there's a much smaller number of high-speed rear impacts, doesn't mean there shouldn't be routine Rear impact assessment. Not only for fuel system integrity but also to assess seat back strength.

      about 2 months ago
    • аарон пол
      аарон пол In reply to Hubert Walter

      +kode1996 its happened almost always with japaniese cars.

      about 2 months ago
    • kode1996
      kode1996 In reply to Hubert Walter

      Some manufactured are still producing seats to save cost that only meet the governments minimum standard. You can find many videos of seatback failures on YouTube. Just search "car seat back failures." 😁

      about 2 months ago