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Audi Q7 earns five stars in Euro NCAP crash test.

The results for adult protection in frontal and side impact collisions, pedestrian protection and child safety put the current Q7 among the safest cars in its category, a press release said.

The testers gave the new Audi Q7 the top grade of five stars for safety. The results for the rear passengers in a frontal impact collision show that not just the driver and front passenger in the Audi Q7 are very well protected, the rear passengers are, too. The car also offers plenty of room and a high level of safety for children. Up to six child seats can be installed in the SUV. The spaciousness makes their installation simple and comfortable. The individual seats in the third row are fully usable and are also certified for ECE Group III child seats for children weighing up to 36kg.

The model received the 'Euro NCAP Advanced' reward for the multicollision brake assist system and for Audi pre sense basic, which in danger situations tensions the seatbelt before a collision and clo-ses the windows and sunroof. The multicollision brake assist system initiates braking automatically in case of an accident to reduce the risk of skidding and the danger of further collisions. Both systems are standard in the Q7.

Audi also places maximum value on integral safety, going above and beyond the measures assessed by the institution. A central element in the Audi Q7 is the standard Audi pre sense city, a predictive warning and emergency braking system for accident avoidance and the protection of pedestrians. At speeds up to 85km/h, the system observes the road with respect to other road users. On threat of a collision, it warns the driver according to a graduated concept: warning, warning jolt and automatic emergency braking. If necessary, it initiates full deceleration. Up to 40km/h accidents can be avoided completely within the system limits.

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Publication:The Week (Muscat, Oman)
Date:Sep 23, 2015
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