Volkswagen ID.4 earns five stars in Euro NCAP safety test

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Volkswagen’s new ID.4 electric running shoe performed impressively in the acclaimed Euro NCAP vehicle safety test.

Volkswagen’s first all-electric # crossover, based on the MEB modular platform, received five stars, indicating a deep study of design and production.

Euro ncap auditors gave ID.4 good marks on all criteria — protection of adult passengers, children and vulnerable road users, as well as in terms of assistance systems.

The adult occupant protection rating is based on factors such as frontal impact, side impact and overlapping impacts. Based on these crash tests and evaluating measures to ensure the fastest possible rescue and evacuation, # id.4 scored 93% of the available points in relation to drivers and adults. For children, the result is 89%.

These # ratings are based on three important points. In addition to examining the protection provided by child restraint systems in the event of a frontal or side impact, the assessment also examined the options available in the vehicle for fitting child seats of various sizes, as well as the equipment that the vehicle # offers for transporting children.

In addition to protecting passengers in vehicles, Euro NCAP is also investigating how well automatic emergency braking (AEB) systems can protect vulnerable road users — pedestrians and cyclists — in the event of a collision threat. The testers also attach great importance to other standard assistance systems. One of the good things about the ID.4 is that all equipment options come standard with Lane Departure Assist and Front Assist.

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Car2X is another technology that every ID.4 uses in Germany. This allows the vehicle to communicate local hazards with other vehicles and transport infrastructure using the WLANp wireless standard.

Back in March 2020, Euro NCAP presented the innovative Car2X hazard warning function with an Advanced Award in recognition of its innovative equipment.

As an option, #volkswagen offers additional assistance systems that can increase comfort within their respective system limits.

Achieving 85% of the possible points, Volkswagen’s all-electric SUV also performed well in the Safety Assist category. The pedestrian and cyclist protection score was 76%.

As we can see, Volkswagen, after the dieselgate thundered all over the world, did not just work on its mistakes, but radically changed its essence, completely switching to the production of electric vehicles, and making them the most affordable and safest. Of course, nothing is 100% guaranteed, but the German automaker is doing everything it can to become the world leader in the electromobility industry.

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