Lucid Air passes Euro NCAP tests with flying colours, achieving top score

Five stars for the Lucid Air after Euro NCAP tests

Next to undergo Euro NCAP safety testing was the Lucid Air, an all-electric E-segment saloon that stands out for its stunning design and promising technical features. The version tested was the GT version.

The Lucid Air received the maximum score of five stars in the tests. In each of the sections, the 100% electric saloon achieved the following results: in ‘Adult occupant’ it scored 90 out of 100%, in ‘Child occupant’ it achieved its highest score of 91% out of 100, in ‘Vulnerable road users’ it scored 78 out of 100% and, finally, in ‘Safety Assist’ it scored 84%.

In detail, in the ‘Adult Occupant’ section, it scored 12.8 out of 16 points,with the highest score in ‘Side Impact’ at 15.9 out of 16 points, followed by 3.5 out of 4 in ‘Rear Impact’ and the highest score in ‘Rescue and Extrication’ at 2 out of 2.

In the ‘Child occupant’ section, where we said it received the highest overall score of all categories, it scored highest in ‘Crash test performance based on 6 and 10 year olds’ with 24 out of 24 points and also in ‘CRS installation check’ with 12 out of 12, while in ‘Protective features’ it fell a few points short, scoring 9 out of 13.

In ‘Vulnerable road users’ it scored 28.2 out of 36 points for ‘Pedestrian impact protection’ and 14 out of 18 for ‘Vulnerable road user (VRU) AEB’, which is further split into ‘Pedestrian AEB’ with a score of 7.9 out of 9 and ‘Cyclist AEB’ with 6.1 out of 9 points.

Finally, in the ‘Safety Assist’ category, it achieved the highest score in ‘Driver Condition Monitoring’ of 3 out of 3 points, with ‘Speed Assist’ scoring 2.4 out of 3 points, ‘Lane Departure Assist’ 3.5 out of 4 points and ‘Car to Car AEB’ 4.6 out of 6 points.

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