Not long ago, the IIHS (Insurance Institute of Highway Safety), as the safety authority in the United States (USA) has named Subaru BRZ as a car with a top-level security. Through a series of tests, the Japanese variant of the back was asked by the title of the safest (the test result).
As reported by TopSpeed on Friday, 8 August 2014, the security testing by IIHS through several stages. Exam among others, side collision, front, and rear collisions on. Also tested the pressure on the roof, as well as testing order when crushed. It is said, this test is a simulation of vehicle accidents are common in the real world.
|2014 Subaru BRZ. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1rk8AFC)|
Achieved the title of a car with a top level of security is not 'goods' for the new Subaru. Previously, six other models are also manufactured by the subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries was also successfully achieved the same.
|2014 Scion FR-S. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1nK60FF)|
As consideration, the IIHS also appreciate Subaru's decision to embed features rear-wheel drive on their vehicles. With this, the Subaru BRZ is able to minimize the impact of a collision from the front.
Not only the Subaru BRZ, its cognate brother, the Scion FR-S from Toyota also achieve a similar degree, with notch below of Subaru BRZ safety ratings (the result test).
With the Scion FR-S coronation as one of the safest vehicles like fresh air for the Toyota. Earlier, the Japanese giant has bad records in the U.S. Department of Transportation regarding the safety level of the vehicle.
Now, in addition to bearing the highest safety rating, sport car should be proud because Japan is also known as a vehicle with a convincing performance when driven at high speed. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | IIHS | TOPSPEED]
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