Model X, owned by electric car maker Tesla, has received a five-star safety rating from the European Union’s auto safety assessment agency after becoming the first SUV to receive a five-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,media reported. On Wednesday, local time, Tesla revealed on its website that Model X had received a five-star safety rating from the European Union’s car security agency.
According to the information tesla disclosed on its website, the Model X five-star safety rating is given by the European Union’s New Car Safety Assessment Association (Euro NCAP), which evaluates the safety assistance of cars and the ability of vehicle protection recognition, children and vulnerable road users.
In NCAP tests, the Tesla Model X did well. Model X has the highest overall rating in NCAP 2018/2019 for large off-road thunder vehicles. The Model X’s overall rating is the same as the Model 3, which also shows that Tesla’s SUVs are as safe as cars and cheaper models.
In addition, the Model X Assisted Safety Test scores the same as the one scored by Model 3 a year ago, the highest score NCAP has ever received in tests conducted by the n-Cap against the most stringent standards.