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NHTSA Announces MY2021 Vehicles for NCAP Crashworthiness and ADAS Testing

One MY2020 vehicle to also be tested

| Washington, DC

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) today announced the Model Year 2021 vehicles that will be tested by the New Car Assessment Program (NCAP).

NCAP will test 45 Model Year 2021 vehicles for crashworthiness, as well as the Model Year 2020 Tesla Model Y.  These vehicles represent approximately 89% of the new vehicle fleet.  

NHTSA will also evaluate advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in 19 additional vehicles.  The technologies that will be evaluated are lane departure warning, forward collision warning, crash imminent braking, and dynamic brake support.

NCAP tests new vehicles and rates them on how well they protect occupants in frontal and side crashes and resist rolling over in single-vehicle crashes.  Vehicles are assigned one to five stars, with five stars being the highest safety rating.

For more, please visit www.nhtsa.gov/ratings.
 

MY2021 VEHICLES SELECTED FOR CRASHWORTHINESS TESTING

 

Make

Model

Body style

Acura

TLX

4 DR

BMW

3 Series Sedan

4 DR

Buick

Envision

SUV

Cadillac

XT6

SUV

Chevrolet

Tahoe

SUV

Chevrolet

Trailblazer

SUV

Dodge

Durango

SUV

Ford

Bronco 4 DR

SUV

Ford

Bronco Sport

SUV

Ford

F-150 (Super Cab)

PU/EC

Ford

F-150 (Super Crew)

PU/CC

Ford

F-150 (Super Crew) HEV

PU/CC

Ford

F-250 (Crew Cab)

PU/CC

Ford

F-250 Tremor (Crew Cab)

PU/CC

Ford

Mustang Mach-E BEV

SUV

Ford

Transit Connect Wagon

VAN

Ford

Transit Wagon High-Roof (15 passenger) AWD

VAN

Ford

Transit Wagon High-Roof (8,10,12 passenger) AWD

VAN

Ford

Transit Wagon Low-Roof (15 passenger) AWD

VAN

Ford

Transit Wagon Low-Roof (8,10,12 passenger) AWD

VAN

Ford

Transit Wagon Medium-Roof (15 passenger) AWD

VAN

Ford

Transit Wagon Medium-Roof (8,10,12 passenger) AWD

VAN

Hyundai

Elantra

4 DR

Hyundai

Santa Fe

SUV

Kia

K5

4 DR

Kia

Seltos

SUV

Kia

Sorento

SUV

Lexus

IS 300

4 DR

Lexus

RX 350

SUV

Mercedes-Benz

C-Class

4 DR

Mercedes-Benz

E-Class

4 DR

Mercedes-Benz

GLB-Class

SUV

Mercedes-Benz

GLC-Class

SUV

Mercedes-Benz

GLE-Class

SUV

Nissan

Maxima

4 DR

Nissan

Rogue

SUV

Nissan

Rogue Sport

SUV

Nissan

Versa

4 DR

Ram

2500 Crew Cab

PU/CC

Subaru

Outback

SW

Tesla

Model Y (Model Year 2020)

SUV

Toyota

C-HR

5 HB

Toyota

Corolla

4 DR

Toyota

Prius HEV

5 HB

Toyota

Sienna Hybrid HEV

VAN

Volkswagen

ID.4 BEV

SUV

    Key:

    PU – Pickup

    EC – Extended Cab

    CC – Crew Cab

    DR – Door

    HB – Hatchback

    SW – Station Wagon

    SUV – Sport Utility Vehicle

 

MY2021 VEHICLES SELECTED FOR ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS VERIFICATION TESTING

Make

Model

Body style

Buick

Envision
(w/ standard AEB)

SUV

Cadillac

CT5/CT5-V
(w/ enhanced AEB and SuperCruise)

4 DR

Chevrolet

Tahoe
(w/ Enhanced AEB)

SUV

Chevrolet

Trailblazer
(w/ standard AEB)

SUV

Chrysler

Pacifica

MV

Dodge

Durango

SUV

Ford

Bronco Sport
(w/ camera-only system)

SUV

Honda

Passport

SUV

Hyundai

Elantra
(w/ radar/camera fusion)

4 DR

Hyundai

Santa Fe
(w/ radar/camera fusion)

SUV

Kia

K5
(w/ radar/camera fusion)

4 DR

Kia

Seltos
(w/ radar/camera fusion)

SUV

Lexus

ES350

4 DR

Mercedes-Benz

E-Class 4DR

4 DR

Ram

1500 Crew Cab

PU/CC

Toyota

Camry

4 DR

Toyota

Highlander

SUV

Toyota

Prius

5 HB

Volkswagen

ID.4

SUV

    Key:

    PU – Pickup

    CC – Crew Cab

    DR – Door

    HB – Hatchback

    MV – Minivan

    SUV – Sport Utility Vehicle

NHTSA

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