Lancia Delta Euro NCAP Review

Lancia Delta Euro NCAP Review Pictures
Lancia Delta Euro NCAP in the frontal impact, the chest of the 3 year dummy was exposed to high vertical accelerations, indicating a risk of injury. The passenger’s airbag can be disabled via the onboard computer to allow a rearward facing child restraint to be used in that seating position.

European car safety testing body Euro-NCAP announced its latest batch of ratings. Of the five cars whose results were released today, four models -the Lancia Delta, Hyundai i30, Renault Koleos SUV and the Mercedes M-Class, achieved Euro NCAP’s maximum five-star rating for adult occupant protection while the Daihatsu Cuore minicar managed a four star score.
To achieve this important result, the designers studied all possible types of accident: frontal and side impacts, overturning and nose-to-tail crashes. Consideration was also made for the different speeds at which collisions can take place, the different types of obstacles and the protection of occupants with greatly differing physical characteristics.

Furthermore, the new car assures constant and predictable behaviour on the road, even forgiving any driver errors and allowing critical situations to be overcome without great difficulty. In fact, in addition to a braking system with excellent performance, the Lancia Delta is fitted with the most sophisticated electronic devices to control the car’s dynamic behaviour: from braking to traction. So with its ABS with EBD (Electronic Brake force Distribution) and, above all, ESP (Electronic Stability Program, known as the "Absolute Handling System"), the system that cuts in under near-limit conditions, when vehicle stability is at risk, to help the driver control the car.
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