New Renault KOLEOS has received a five-star rating on safety tests administered by the independent organisation Euro NCAP.
New KOLEOS benefits from Renault’s vast experience in the realm of passive safety and targets excellence in the independent NCAP tests.
ON active safety, New KOLEOS’ raft of standard equipment is complemented by a palette of state-of-the-art driver aids (ADAS).
Paris, September 20, 2017 – This result highlights Renault's commitment to safety, particularly with the all new KOLEOS. It offers cutting edge technologies and passed the new protocol of 2016 Euro NCAP tests with flying colours. New KOLEOS stands out with a 90% score for adult occupant protection, 79% for children, 63% for pedestrians and 75% for safety assist. Click here to get more information.
The very best of Groupe Renault’s expertise in safety
New KOLEOS benefits from Renault’s vast experience in the realm of passive safety and targets excellence in the independent NCAP tests. First and foremost, the use of very high elastic limit steel for the engine frame and high-strength steel for the passenger safety cell was specified to protect the cabin in the case of a major impact. The following features are standard safety equipment: Two adaptive front airbags that inflate according to the type of impact and the occupant’s position in the car, Two lateral thorax/shoulder airbags for front occupants, Two curtain airbags, Anti-whiplash front and rear head rests, Anti-submarining front seats, Rear Isofix anchorage for i-Size child seats. All of the seat belts are equipped with pretensioners and load limiters.
Uncompromising safety standards in any circomstances
When it comes to active safety, New KOLEOS’ raft of standard equipment – traction control, latest-generation electronic stability control (ESC) electronic brake force distribution and hill start assist – is complemented by a palette of state-of-the-art driver aids (ADAS). These are all accessible via the R-LINK 2 tablet and serve:
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Groupe Renault has been making cars since 1898. Today it is an international multi-brand group, selling close to 3.2 million vehicles in 127 countries in 2016, with 36 manufacturing sites, 12,700 points of sales and employing more than 120,000 people. To meet the major technological challenges of the future and continue its strategy of profitable growth, the Group is harnessing its international growth and the complementary fit of its five brands, Renault, Dacia and Renault Samsung Motors, Alpine and LADA, together with electric vehicles and the unique Alliance with Nissan. With a new team in Formula 1 and a strong commitment to Formula E, Renault sees motorsport as a vector of innovation and brand awareness.