The NHTSA has recently released a list of cars which will be crashed in 2013 and, besides these, the agency will also test safety systems in 28 vehicles.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 33 passenger cars, 16 crossovers and SUVs, four pickup trucks and a Toyota Sienna will be crash tested next year and the agency says that this list will cover 85 percent of all 2013 models which are being sold across the United States. The Ford C-Max Energi, the Ford C-Max Hybrid, the Ford Focus Electric and the Ford Fusion Energi will also be crash tested, along with the Toyota Prius C, the Toyota Prius V and the Nissan Leaf.
Other vehicles which will be crash tested by the NHTSA next year will be the Fiat 500, the Buick Verano, and the Dodge Dart. The feds will also test safety systems like the electronic stability control, the forward crash warning or the lane departure warning in 28 models, like the Chevrolet Volt, the BMW 3-Series, the Audi A4, the Audi A6, the Dodge Dart the Toyota RAV4, the Acura RDX and more. We will keep you updated on the subject once more details are release.