Here’s What the Tesla Model S, Aka the World’s Safest Vehicle, Looks Like After NHTSA Crash Tests (36 High-Res Images)

8 months ago by Eric Loveday 4

Side Pole Test

Side Pole Test

In case you’ve been wondering what the world’s safest vehicle, the Tesla Model S, looks like before and after it’s wrecked, we present this complete gallery of high-resolution images provided directly to us by the NHTSA.

For those who like to see all the details, you’ll find them all here.

Take your time, as there’s so much to see and study here.

Remember, this is the world’s safest vehicle, according to the NHTSA, so we’re sure other automakers will study these images closely for years to come.

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4 responses to "Here’s What the Tesla Model S, Aka the World’s Safest Vehicle, Looks Like After NHTSA Crash Tests (36 High-Res Images)"

  1. MrEnergyCzar says:

    It would have been great if they were able to drive it after….

    MrEnergyCzar

  2. Steven says:

    Shhh… They’re working on it…

  3. TeriJ says:

    How does Eric Lovejoy come to the conclusion that the Tesla is the “worlds safest car”? What a bunch of BS. NHTSA even chastised Tesla for their hyperbole. You would think this site would try make a small attempt to keep it semi-real rather than continually be in fanboy mode.

    The bloggers for this site have gone off the credibility deep end.

    1. No Kool-Aid says:

      Although I like the site. I agree.

      NHTSA is one testing agency. They have yet to test other new or recently redesigned models. We don’t have a list of all VSS scores, only 1 and it is coming from the same source that gave us the $500 lease price that wasn’t. NHTSA doesn’t factor in accident avoidance technologies to their tests. It doesn’t do a good job of taking into account varying height offsets. Calling it the worlds safest car is ridiculous. I like the Model S, and I want Tesla to succeed but if they go about it this way it will backfire big eventually.