All Tesla Model 3 built after a certain date have improved headlight design, which ups the vehicle's safety, according to the IIHS.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has published a report outlining some automobile crashes involving partial automation, revealing their risk.
Version 1 of Autopilot specifically is found to lower collision claims.
Where the Tesla Model 3 truly outshined its competition was in the hill and curve tests
Not all data has been released yet, but what little info has been made available is positive thus far. We look to have full results added in soon.
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.
Read about the safest plug-in cars on the road today according to IIHS and the NHTSA, as well as each vehicle's standard and available active safety equipment.
Though standard crash avoidance tech isn't mandated and won't be for many years, Tesla is already ahead of most other automakers.
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?
Despite Tesla dealing with regular update issues with its Autopilot 2.0 software, it's still way ahead of the pack for safety feature availability.
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.
When it comes to insurance losses, the Tesla Model S is an outlier. The luxury sedan has higher claim frequencies and is costlier to fix than gasoline-powered...
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.
Unfortunately, crash testing is almost always either way behind schedule or non-existent. Such is the case with the new, second-generation Chevrolet...
Following a record-breaking sales year in 2014, the Nissan LEAF continues to earn praise and was named the best Non-Luxury Traditional Compact Car in the annual...
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.
2014 Chevy Volt Becomes Safest Small Car In U.S. After Solid Performance In IIHS Small Overlap Test – Video & Images
2014 Chevy Volt Aces IIHS Small Overlap Test; Earns Top Safety Pick + - Video + Images