In a Tweet released earlier this week, Elon Musk, the Tesla CEO, revealed a claim that he believes the Tesla Model 3 is the safest mid-size vehicle on the market
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk is always touting the safety of his company's vehicles. Sometimes, he's right, and other times, organizations have not been so agreeable...
Read about the safest plug-in cars on the road today according to the IIHS and NHTSA, as well as each vehicle's standard and available active safety equipment.
One car appears to disintegrate on contact, whereas the other holds up well, but does that mean one is safe and the other is not?
The GVWR of 10,001 pounds means the small company won't have to add airbags or do any crash testing. Bollinger could still do that, but probably not yet.
Concurrent with the big reveal last night, Tesla posted a crash test comparison video to Twitter to show just how safe the Model 3 likely is.
The award-winning EV has already scored quite well in other tests, but failed to get top marks in IIHS front small overlap crash two times in a row.
IIHS Puts BMW i3 & Tesla Model S Through Crash Tests – Neither Earn “Top Safety Pick” Designation (w/videos)
The IIHS recently tested the BMW i3 and the Tesla Model S in crash tests. Neither vehicle earned the top designation though.
The Audi A3 e-tron has received a 5-star safety rating from Euro NCAP. Here's a detailed look at the crash-test/safety results.
The Tesla Model S has achieved the top rating of 5 stars from the Euro NCAP in the latest crash-test safety rating.
The 2014 Nissan LEAF scored poorly in the IIHS small overlap test. In fact, it was one of the lowest scoring small cars tested by the IIHS.
The Renault Zoe is now listed among the world's safest automobiles with a 5-Star Euro NCAP rating in recently completed safety testing. Here are a few...
It's official, the 2013 Ford Focus Electric is safer than its gas-fueled counterpart, according to the NHTSA. The National Highway Traffic Safety...