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Hyundai Palisade (2020) NHTSA Crash Tests [Front, Side, Side-Pole]

2020 Hyundai Palisade crash tests conducted by the NHTSA [Front, Side, Side-Pole].
0:00 — Front Crash Test
0:37 — Side Crash Test
1:48 — Side-Pole Crash Test

Test conditions: Front: Tested vehicle crashed head on with a fixed barrier at 35 mph. This is equivalent to a head-on collision between two vehicles of equal weight and height, each moving at 35 mph. Side: a 3,015 lb moving barrier with a crumple zone (replicating a moving sedan or other short-height vehicle) moving at 38.5 mph is crashed into the tested vehicle’s side. Side-pole: Tested vehicle traveling sideways at 20 mph collides with a 25cm wide rigid pole at a 75-degree angle at the point of the driver’s seat.

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Дата публикации видео: 2020-04-08 23:44:15

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3 Комментариев для “Hyundai Palisade (2020) NHTSA Crash Tests [Front, Side, Side-Pole]”

  1. I’ve seen this vehicle it’s quite beautiful. The only car that I have seen do well in the pole test was the Tesla. That was due to the structure of the rigid battery pack lining the undercarriage. I suspect the supercars like Maserati and Ferraris that have a space frame and even perhaps a smart car would do well in the pole test.

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