Tesla Cybertruck spotted getting towed after sustaining damages in a rollover crash safety test (video)
In a recent video, two Tesla Cybertrucks were seen being carried on a trailer. One of them seemed damaged and was tied down with straps, while the other was covered and appeared to be fine.
The damaged Cybertruck had a sticker that said it had gone through a rollover crash test. This test was done at a company called MGA Research Corporation, which tests cars for safety, including rollover tests.
The test they did is called a Ditch Rollover Test. It simulates a car rolling over on a road, like when there’s a steep drop at the side of the road.
From the video, it looked like the inside of the damaged Cybertruck stayed mostly safe, and the airbags on the sides worked. We could also see the rear screen inside the truck.
But the windows at the back were broken during the test (they were taken out before putting it on the trailer). The front passenger window was cracked but not too badly.
The main part of the car where people sit didn’t get squished much, but one part called the A-pillar got bent a bit. Overall, the Cybertruck seemed to do well in the rollover test.
Tesla cars are known for being safe because of how they’re designed and built. They usually get top ratings in safety tests, including rollover tests.
The Cybertruck is supposed to be one of the safest Tesla cars ever. There was a teaser video of a Cybertruck crash test earlier this year, but we haven’t seen the full video yet. We might get to see it at a Cybertruck event later this year.
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