The Australasian New Car Assessment Program is leading international efforts to improve information sharing on consumer crash tests. ANCAP and the Japan New Car Assessment Program recently held a meeting in Japan for international NCAP organizations, which included a crash-test of Mitsubishi Motor Corp.’s i-MiEV electric vehicle. The groups also hosted a seminar for auto makers, vehicle-testing bodies and government officials on the developments and benefits of consumer crash-testing ...

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