The e-tron, Audi's first fully-electric production model, received 5 stars from EuroNCAP's security tests.

EuroNCAP, the independent security company, which has carefully checked the designs, technical structures and safety performances of the cars offered in Europe after the crash tests, gave the Audi e-tron 5 stars.

In order to get 5 points with full points in EuroNCAP's tests, it is necessary to get higher scores in all four categories of adult passenger, child passenger, pedestrian safety and driving support systems. Active driving safety systems also contribute to these points.

He achieved the best results in the 'Offset Collision Tests' evaluation of e-tron,'Adult Passenger Protection 'and' 6-10 years' Child Passenger Protection', where 40 percent of the front of the Audi were hit by an obstacle at a speed of 64km/h. As a result of the tests in which all of the front part of the vehicle was hit by a barrier, the e-tron, which achieved successful results in both categories, received the best points in the 'Side Barrier Test'.

Tests on the protection of pedestrians or other living things that may be damaged on the road revealed that almost the entire surface of the e-tron's hood protected the head of the pedestrian after the impact. Likewise, the bumper provided good protection in collisions and showed that pedestrians were protected from leg areas.

Another criterion for the success of E-tron was the security systems offered. In particular, the AEB- Auto Emergency Braking System provided the most protection for pedestrians as well as for other creatures, vehicles and cyclists.

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