The new Toyota Camry unexpectedly failed the crash test (video)

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New Toyota Camry unexpectedly crashed -test (video)

Toyota Camry did not pass the crash test according to the new tougher methodology. The test showed that the head and pelvis of the driver and rear passenger are at risk in a side impact.

The facelifted 2022 Toyota Camry failed the new US crash test. The family sedan received an unsatisfactory rating. This was reported on the website of the American Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), which conducted the test.

The IIHS introduced a new, more stringent side impact technique. The cart ramming the car has become heavier: its weight has been increased from 1600 to 1900 kg to simulate the impact of a large SUV or pickup truck. In addition, its speed during the crash test was increased from 50 to 60 km/h.

During the test, it turned out that the Toyota Camry endangered the pelvis of the driver and rear passenger. In addition, the inflatable “curtain” could not protect the heads of the mannequins – they dived under it.

It should be noted that Toyota Camry was not the only one to fail the new crash test – Nissan Altima and Chevrolet also received “poor” ratings Malibu (although the Malibu is an outdated model and will soon be discontinued).

Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, Volkswagen Jetta and Subaru Outback passed the difficult test with varying results, with the latter being highly rated “good”.

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