On Tuesday, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced the results of its crash test of 2017 Tesla Model X SUV.
Launched in 2015, the all-electric crossover did exceptionally well, to score a five-initial rating in the categories rated by NHTSA.
In a statement Tesla said “We tried Model X to become the safest SUV and today, NHTSA announced that after independent testing, it has given Model X a 5-star protection rating in each category and sub-category, from which it The first SUV has become a board to earn a 5-star rating.
Tesla also added “As a result of the 5-star rating, data obtained from NHTSA test shows that the model X has the lowest probability of injury to any SUV which he has ever tested. In fact, NHTSA tested all the cars The possibility of overall injury of the model X was the second after the model S.
T-boned in a Model X at 65 mph https://t.co/vt6g89Z9rk
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 17, 2017
Tesla insisted that the Model X was engineered to become a very safe vehicle from the very beginning, with a design that is particularly effective in reducing the roll-over risk, due to a large battery back, it is less of gravity The center offers.
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