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Skoda Slavia Crashes Into Toyota Etios Liva

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One of the safest vehicles on the Indian market is the Toyota Etios Liva. The Etios Liva, which received a rating of four stars from Global NCAP, proved to be among the safest cars in its class. But how would it fare in a collision with a contemporary sedan like a Skoda Slavia? Here is a collision between a Toyota Etios Liva and a Skoda Slavia. This is the outcome.

At nightfall, the incident took place in Panipat, Haryana. A day before the accident, the Skoda Slavia’s owner took delivery of the vehicle. The owner’s information indicated that the collision occurred on a single-lane road without any street lighting.

The Etios Liva’s driver was traveling at a high speed when he lost control of the car while making a turn, crashing into the Slavia head-on. The Etios Liva was knocked over and landed in the fields. Additionally, the Skoda Slavia came to a stop on the highway.

Brand-new Skoda Slavia crashes into Toyota Etios Liva: Here’s the result [Video]

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Both cars have significant damage. Both cars appear to have good structural integrity, though. The video demonstrates that there is no breach in the cabin and that the Slavia’s airbags all functioned flawlessly. All of the people in both vehicles got out of the accident scene without getting hurt.

The new Skoda Slavia replaced the well-liked Rapid and was designed and engineered with the MQB A0-IN platform as the foundation. Since its introduction, the Slavia has proven itself as yet another Skoda model that sells well. The 2017 G-NCAP test result for the Etios Liva from the 2016 model was 13 out of 17. All Toyota models in India come standard with features like dual airbags and ABS, and the Etios is no exception. Regarding child safety, the car received 2 stars.

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Manufacturers create crumple zones, which are typically confidential information. The purpose of the crumple zones is to absorb impact energy. Because of this, some vehicles may crumple significantly more quickly than others after a collision.

The goal is to make sure that these crumple zones are able to absorb the kinetic energy. This makes the car’s occupants safer. Additionally, the crumple zones are made so that the car’s pillars won’t be harmed. The strength of a car after an accident can be determined by the pillars, which are very important in cars. The doors won’t be able to open if the pillars give way as a result of an accident. Additionally, the roof will also collapse, harming people.

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