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BMW performs rollover safety crash tests on their BMWs. This is above and beyond any requirements by the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, but is part of BMWs drive to keep their customers as safe as possible.
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The gas engine was designed (at least I thought) to extend the electric range of the car. Fuel is clearly an integral part of the volts workings even though you can hypothetically drive it, its entire existence without using gas. Once out of fuel it has trouble getting out of its own way. Make sure you're subscribed: Subscribe - https://goo.gl/XUI0eo Vimeo Downloads and Rentals https://vimeo.com/superspeeders/vod_pages Facebook https://www.facebook.com/superspeeders https://www.facebook.com/Super-Speeders-204571479556925/ Instagram - robferretti Twitter - @robferretti
Crash test rating for electric cars. The following detailed Crash test analysis focus on
1) 2017 BMW i3 Overall evaluation: Good
2) 2017 Chevrolet Volt Earned top safety pick +
3) 2016 Toyota Prius Earned top safety pick
4) 2016 Telsa Model S Overall evaluation: Good
Two all-electric cars miss the mark for IIHS safety awards
ARLINGTON, Va. — Two all-electric vehicles fall short of meeting the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s awards criteria, but consumers who want to minimize gas consumption while also prioritizing safety can choose from two plug-in hybrids that earn the 2017 TOP SAFETY PICK+ award.
The two recently evaluated all-electric models are the 2017 Tesla Model S and the 2017 BMW i3. The plug-in hybrid models are the Chevrolet Volt, whose award was announced in December, and the Toyota Prius Prime.