Two different types of crash tests
For the test, two different types of vehicles were crash test Will be able to survive. The first test will be a front-of-centre crash test, in which the car will be crashed into a wall at a speed of 64 kilometers per hour. The second test will be a side-of-centre crash test, in which the car will be crashed into a wall at a speed of 56 kilometers per hour.
Vehicles will be given star rating from one to five.
Based on the test results, vehicles will be given a star rating from one to five. Vehicles with a five star rating are the safest, while vehicles with a one star rating are the least safe.
The purpose of the test is to increase the safety of vehicles available in the Indian market.
According to BNCAP, the objective of these tests is to increase the safety of vehicles available in the Indian market. This will help customers know which vehicle they are buying and how safe it is for them.
Many questions arise regarding the safety of vehicles found in India.
At present, many questions arise regarding the safety of vehicles available in India. Many trains lack safety equipment, which can lead to serious injuries to passengers in accidents. It is expected from these tests of BNCAP that the safety of vehicles available in the Indian market will improve.
These tests will start after December 15, 2023
Some of the vehicles that will be included in these BNCAP tests to be held after December 15, 2023 include:
Maruti Suzuki Swift
The results of these tests will be announced in January 2024.