Sunday, February 25, 2024

Tata Harrier And Safari Score 5-Star Safety Rating In BNCAP Test

Tata Motors has reached yet another milestone in terms of its product safety requirements. The recently released SUV duo, Tata Harrier And Safari Score 5-Star rating in India-specific BNCAP crash tests.

Previously, both models were the highest-rated SUVs in the GNCAP safety tests. The flagship Tata SUVs have now been awarded five-star ratings under India’s new and independent safety performance evaluation criteria, making them the first cars to be assessed by the BNCAP authority.

Tata Harrier And Safari Score 5-Star in BNCAP

The upgraded Harrier and Safari facelifts are built on the OMEGARC architecture, which was derived from the D8 platform used by Land Rover. The SUV has seven airbags, ESC, ABS with EBD, VSM, HAC, HSC, hill hold control, three-point seatbelts, ISOFIX mounts, seatbelt retractor and pretensioners, a 360-degree surround camera, a blind-spot monitor, and Level 2 ADAS technology.

‘Bharat-NCAP is a big step forward as it offers customers with a valid, objective score to evaluate the safety elements of various cars,’ said Shailesh Chandra, MD, Tata Motors Passenger cars Ltd and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd. Informed customers making sound judgments will contribute to the country’s growing desire for safer vehicles. We recognize and appreciate the government’s, regulatory agencies’, and automobile industry’s cooperation efforts in this goal. Safety is at the heart of our DNA at Tata Motors, and we are honored to receive this first Bharat-NCAP certification with an excellent five-star rating for two of our cars. We remain dedicated and will continue to endeavor to improve overall vehicle safety.”

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