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ANCAP Awards 5-Star Ratings To Jaguar XE and Mercedes-Benz GLC, Applauds Pedestrian Protection

MON, 25 JAN, 2016

The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP)  has awarded two 5-Star results this week, one for the Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV and the other...

Volvo XC90 Declared Safest Car Of 2015 By Euro NCAP - Top Marks Also For Jaguar Infiniti Mercedes-Benz And More

WED, 20 JAN, 2016

Volvo’s XC90 SUV has topped the safety charts for all cars tested in 2015 by the European New Car Assessment Program, Euro NCAP.

Audi A4 - All-New 2016 Model Debuts Key Technologies

MON, 14 DEC, 2015

Audi has demonstrated some key technologies set to appear in its all-new A4 midsizer when the model arrives in Australia in March.

Volvo To Develop Kangaroo Crash Avoidance Technology

FRI, 30 OCT, 2015

At first glance it might seem like a late April Fools' Day joke, but Volvo has announced that it will begin developing the world’s f...

Standard Autonomous Emergency Braking For Majority Of New Cars In The US

SAT, 19 SEP, 2015

New cars in the US are about to be given a significant boost to safety, with a group of mainstream carmakers agreeing to roll out standard Autonomo...

ANCAP And AMA Combine To Launch New Road Safety Campaign

TUE, 11 AUG, 2015

The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) and the Australian Medical Association (AMA) have joined forces to push for increased safe...

ANCAP: 5 Stars For Skoda Fabia, Holden Astra And Jeep Grand Cherokee

TUE, 7 JUL, 2015

Skoda’s new Fabia has been awarded the maximum 5-star safety rating by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) ahead of its local...

Skoda Fabia: Standard Autonomous Emergency Braking In Australia

MON, 8 JUN, 2015

Skoda has announced that its new Fabia light car will feature standard autonomous emergency braking (AEB) across the range when it lands in Austral...

Autonomous Emergency Braking Cuts Collisions By 38 Percent: ANCAP

FRI, 15 MAY, 2015

The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) has used the results of a new study to reinforce its calls for autonomous emergency braking (AE...

Electronic Driver Aids Save Lives, Autobahns Need Speed Limits: Study

SAT, 7 MAR, 2015

A study by the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has found electronic driver aids may play a bigger role in road safety than first thought.



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