In a rather bizarre accident, a Mahindra Thar crashed on a busy road in Katargam, one of the most populous suburbs of Surat, Gujarat. After the roadside shop crashed, the Mahindra Thar overturned towards the passenger. Fortunately, Thor did not collide with any other vehicle or person on the road.
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The entire crash was recorded on a CCTV camera on the side of the road, just above where Thar crashed. In the CCTV video, we see a red Mahindra Thar moving around.
However, soon after taking a turn in the Thar circle, it splits over the road divider and enters the opposite lane. Fortunately, no other vehicles came in his way at that time. Layers on the divider hit the shop on the other side of the street. Thor turned left after the collision.
In the video, we can see that Mahindra Thar did not suffer from large sheet metal damage. It is also believed that no casualties were reported in the accident and residents of Thar suffered minor injuries. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
In the video, we can see that Thar does not stop and spins on the divider at a constant speed. This indicates two possibilities. At first glance, the person driving the Thor may have been a novice and confused between the accelerator and the clutch pedal in such a panic situation. Another possibility is that the person driving the Thor may have been under the influence of alcohol and of course lost his conscience and control over the steering wheel.
The report further states that the driver of the vehicle was new and did not know how the car was. There is no official statement from the police or the car owner.
Mahindra Thar gets a four-star safety rating
In this second-generation incarnation, the Mahindra Thar is a vastly improved product compared to its predecessor with massive improvements in all parameters. The new second-generation Thar is a much safer vehicle than the first-generation model and has received a 4-star rating in the global NCAP crash test. In the Global NCAP crash test, Mahindra Thar scored 12.52 out of 17 points in Adult Rights and 41.11 points out of 49 in Child Abuse Protection. The test was conducted at a speed of 64 km / h.