2021 Tata Tigor EV Scores 4 Stars In Global NCAP’s First Electric Vehicle Crash Test
The 2021 Tata Tigor EV has turned into the first Electric Vehicle (EV) ever to tried by Global NCAP, and it has gotten 4 stars for both adult and kid occupant safety.
The Global New Car Assessment Program, or Global NCAP, has released the accident test results for its first-ever electric vehicle, the new Tata Tigor EV, and the electric sedan has scored a 4-star security rating. The accident test was led as a component of the safety watchdog’s ‘More secure Cars For India’ initiative. What’s worth mentioning here is that the updated Tata Tigor EV, which goes on sale in India on August 31, 2021, scored 4 stars for both adult and kid occupant protection, getting a better score compared to the regular petrol engine-powered Tigor that was crash-tested last year.
In early 2020 when Global NCAP tried the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) version of the Tata Tigor, the subcompact sedan had gotten 3 stars for kid occupant protection, with a score of 34.15 out of 49.00. Whereas, the 2021 Tigor EV has gotten a score of 37.24, thus receiving a 4-star rating for kid occupant security. However, while both cars might have gotten a 4-star rating for adult occupant security, the petroleum Tigor had gotten a superior score of 12.52 out of 14, compared to the Tigor EV which has got 12 out of 17. Global NCAP tried the base variation of the Tata Tigor EV which comes fitted with two front airbags and safety belt update for driver and passenger as standard.