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Watch Nissan Ariya Gets Destroyed In Slow-Mo In Various Crash Tests

How does the Ariya fare in the event of a crash?

Crash tests, oh my. Crash testing are an important aspect of an automobile’s life cycle, in case you didn’t know. Cars are damaged before they hit the showroom lights and roll off dealership lots to ensure that they are safe enough to withstand any type of disaster.

Yes, the process was unpleasant at first, but it was necessary for the sake of safety. In a series of crash tests accompanied by a slow-motion movie, Nissan’s all-new Ariya takes centre stage.

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The video above shows the all-electric crossover absorbing all of the impact in a fraction of a second. The video clearly shows how the vehicle’s body absorbed the force and how its airbags worked in relation to timing, sparing the lives of the crash test dummies.

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Aside from frontal, side, and rear-end crashes, Nissan also demonstrated how the car reacts to pedestrian incidents on the road. The tests, which are overseen by Nissan’s Passive Safety Evaluation Group, ensure that the business can accurately estimate the force of an impact on the vehicle’s body and structural components. Multiple sensors are used to monitor the impact on the driver and passengers (through test dummies of varying forms and sizes).

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“The Ariya evaluates over 100 data points,” stated Gen Tanabe of the Passive Safety Evaluation Group. “We will undertake over 400 tests from the early phases of development through market launch because the future Ariya will be offered in numerous markets.”

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The 2023 Nissan Ariya starts at $45,950 in the United States, with front-wheel-drive models arriving this fall. Nissan has already begun accepting reservations for the Ariya, which will begin in November 2021.

Source: Nissan

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