Tata Tigor EV gets 4 stars in GNCAP crash test
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Tigor EV scores 4 stars in the crash test by GNCAP.

Tata Motors claims that Tigor EV is the safest electric sedan in India.

The newly launched electric car by Tata Motors- Tigor EV scored four stars for both adult and child occupants in the latest Global NCAP crash test.

Tigor EV possesses two standard airbags. It also has a rear crash-compatible structure and complies with ODB 64 test standards. The battery pack is inside an Impact-Resistant casing, and it complies with AIS - 048 standards for nail penetration at the cell level.

During the launch of this car on 18th August, Tata Motors claimed that it is the safest electric sedan in India. The GNCAP crash test report also proves this fact.

Tigor EV scores 4 stars in the crash test by GNCAP

Adult occupant protection

Tigor EV gets four stars in adult occupant protection. The car scored 12 points out of 17.

Tigor EV scores 4 stars in the crash test by GNCAP

Child Occupant Protection

The car gets four stars in the child occupant protection also. The child seat for the babies faces rearwards. The seatbelt attached to it prevented excessive forward movement during the crash. The car scored 37.24 points out of 49.

Tigor EV scored 37.24 points out of 49 in child occupant protection

The test report also shows that Tata can improve the rating by equipping the Tigor EV with standard fitment of Electronic Stability Control (ESC), side-impact protection, 3 point belts in all seating positions, and ISOFIX connectors.

Alejandro Furas, Secretary General of Global NCAP said,

Tata has shown consistent safety improvements throughout its fleet range. The Tigor demonstrates that improvements are also possible with EV models, which can pose a technical challenge because of the electric powertrain system. Tata should be recognised and applauded for this commitment to improving their vehicles in response to Global NCAP’s call to democratise vehicle safety.”

David Ward, President of the Towards Zero Foundation, said,

“It is deeply satisfying to see Tata’s continuing commitment to safety as they innovate with new power train technologies to achieve broader environmental and sustainability goals.

“Safety and sustainability improvements are possible for all manufacturers operating in the Indian market, and Global NCAP would encourage them to follow Tata’s lead.”

Read Here: Tigor EV complete details.

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