Mahindra XUV700 is currently selling hot cakes in the Indian market. India is one of the top countries in terms of accidents, the new XUV700 has already started getting involved in accidents. Here is one in Uttar Pradesh, where a speeding car lost control
Reported the accident Nikhil Rana Shows the condition of Mahindra XUV700 after the incident According to the report, Mahindra XUV 700 was speeding when the driver lost control of the vehicle and hit the divider.
There were three passengers inside the car. The passengers in the front two seats were not injured. The pictures show that the airbags worked perfectly and saved the front passengers. However, a woman was sitting in the back seat of the car and several people were injured. The lady was not wearing a seatbelt and hit her head on the front seat.
Pictures of the car also show that the cabin of the car is intact and there is no sign of any damage to the A-pillar. The bonnet has taken all the impact and seems to have dropped the front axle due to the high-speed impact. Overall, all the passengers inside the car were safe and the owner was very happy with the build quality of the car.
Why didn’t ADAS work?
The exact cause of the accident was not known. However, the video says ADAS should have worked. The ADAS system does not work that way. We are not sure if this variant of the car has ADAS. If this happens, ADAS detects objects in front of the vehicle and warns the driver and finally uses the brakes to stop the vehicle completely.
ADAS does not prevent accidents. Also, the video states that the XUV700 does not have a driver’s sleep warning system and accidents can occur due to the sleeping driver. OK, with the ADAS the XUV700 comes with a driver’s sleep alert that shakes the steering wheel and makes a sound to alert the driver.
ADAS cannot prevent accidents but it can definitely reduce accidents.
The XUV700 is a five star rated car
The Mahindra XUV700 gave a global NCAP five-star rating after scoring 16.03 out of a total of 17 points. The structure of the car is also rated as stable. Crash tests also found that potential injuries to front passengers also remained marginal. The car received the highest point of all time for its child safety rating. It scored 41.66 out of a maximum of 49, the highest for any made-in-India car.