Hyundai Motor India announced
Hyundai Motor India Said on Tuesday that now all its models in India will come with six airbags. The company also announced that it has decided to voluntarily participate in the recently introduced India NCAP (New Car Assessment Programme) with three models. After this, more models will be introduced under this.
Car manufacturers can voluntarily submit their vehicles for testing to Vehicle Industry Standard (AIS) 197 under the India NCAP programme. Based on the car’s performance in testing, the vehicle will be given a star rating of 0-5 for adult and child safety.
Decision taken from security point of view
Car buyers can use the star ratings to compare the safety standards across different vehicles and make purchasing decisions accordingly. The car company also announced that its mid-size sedan ‘Verna’ has received a five-star rating. This rating has been received from Global NCAP for the safety of adults and children.
Security is the company’s top priority
Hyundai Motor India Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Unsoo Kim said that people’s safety is the company’s top priority.
Hyundai’s initiative appreciated
He said, “We are among those who set the benchmark in standardization of vehicle safety features. Now, we are excited to announce six airbags across all models and all variants.