The all-electric VW ID3 has achieved the highest possible score in the Euro NCAP (European New Car Assessment Programme) safety test.
The Toyota Yaris has become the first car to be put through it paces by Euro NCAP following an overhaul to the safety testing regime.
Euro NCAP has launched Euro Rescue, a new app that helps emergency responders to understand the construction of a vehicle to help safely remove occupants following a collision.
Euro NCAP has announced a series of new safety tests into its programme, which have been labelled as “game-changing” by Thatcham Research.
The latest safety test results from Euro NCAP include a five-star rating for the new VW Golf, Ford Puma and the MG ZS EV.
Two electric vehicles (EVs), the Porsche Taycan and Tesla Model X, have both received five-star safety ratings from Euro NCAP.
Adult Occupant Protection score of 99% is ‘highest ever seen in Euro NCAP testing’.
The Jeep Cherokee and Peugeot 208 have broken a run of 25 five-star safety awards for new launches in 2019, while there were top marks for two BMWs.
Seven car models have earned five-star ratings in the latest Euro NCAP testing.
The Tesla Model 3 has been commended for its collision avoidance system in the latest round of Euro NCAP safety tests.
The latest round of Euro NCAP tests has found that the new Renault Clio and Mazda 3 are among the safest cars currently on sale.
The new Range Rover Evoque has been awarded the maximum five-star safety rating by Euro NCAP.
Safety rating organisation Euro NCAP has launched a new green car assessment programme called Green NCAP.
Euro NCAP has announced its annual ‘Best in Class’ winners, with the Mercedes-Benz A Class named as the standout performer amongst small family cars.
The Fiat Panda has become one of only two zero-rated cars in Euro NCAP’s history – the other was the FIAT Punto (2017).
Hyundai has achieved a five-star safety rating for the new hydrogen-powered Nexo, in the latest round of Euro NCAP tests.
Euro NCAP has awarded the 2018 Mazda6 a five star rating – the first vehicle by the manufacturer to receive the maximum score in the new, more stringent safety test.
More than half of drivers in the UK believe that it is already possible to purchase a car that can drive itself
Suzuki's Jimny scored three stars out of a maximum five in Euro NCAP’s latest round of testing for a “weak” safety performance.
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