A five-star in safety is the highest a car can manage in crash tests conducted. The ZS EV was awarded 90 per cent in the adult occupancy rating, 85 per cent in child occupancy safety rating, 64 per cent in the vulnerable road users rating and 70 per cent in the safety assist system category.
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The passenger compartment of the ZS EV was stable in the frontal offset test. Dummy readings show good protection of the knees and femurs of both the driver and passenger, the test results revealed.
Readings of chest compression indicated a weak level of protection for rear passenger. That aside, it was good or adequate for other body parts.
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Various other parameters were tested and ZS EV managed to score satisfactorily. The full electric car is expected to be launched in January 2020. The ZS EV will compete against Hyundai Kona in the domestic market.