Hyundai i10 one-star rating for child protection: Global NCAP
Global NCAP’s child safety rating to Hyundai i10 brings to focus varied levels of protection to rear seats in a vehicle. In the 64km/h NCAP test, the Hyundai i10 achieved a zero-star rating for its adult occupant protection.
The vehicle structure was rated as unstable, and increases risk of life-threatening injuries. Using the child seats recommended by Hyundai, the i10 achieved a one-star rating for child protection. The three year-old dummy indicated a high risk of serious injury.
Rohit Baluja, President of India’s Institute of Road Traffic Education (IRTE) said: “These results show that India would benefit enormously from the introduction of minimum crash safety standards and clearer information for consumers about the protection new cars offer. Many cars made in India for export meet these standards already, so it’s not a question of know-how or capability: India’s automobile industry just needs the right incentives. With the UN’s minimum safety standards and clear information for consumers, India can produce cars that are every bit as good as those in Europe and the US.”
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