The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) upgraded the rear wheel drive version of Tesla Model 3 with its company's typical crash test battery, and the complete electric sedan received a rating of 5 paintings.
This ranking is consistent with the test results of NHTSA on Tesla's previous car, all of which was rewarded. Model X SUV won five stars with all categories and subcategories in 2017. Model S has 5.4 stars that seems impossible in 2013.
The subcategory of the crash test includes impact evaluation of frontal, side, and rollover. It does not include evaluation of autopilot, Tesla's aid evaluation. To date, security agencies do not implement scoring systems for these functions. The closest thing to evaluation programs like Autopilot is for companies dealing with more advanced semi-autonomous technologies. Voluntarily, so far only Ford, GM, Weimo, Startup Nullo had submitted safety reports.
But NHTSA is investigating whether Autopilot played the role of crash when the driver broke ankle in May. The agency had previously given authority to blame Joshua Brown, who used this feature when colliding with the tractor trailer in the summer of 2016 to Tesla and Autopilot. (National Transportation Safety Board has not reached agreement)
A few months after NHTSA rated Chevy Bolt, the most direct competitor, a safety assessment of Model 3 was announced. Volt has been given an overall rating of five stars, but it has just won five stars with just over half of the subcategories.
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