Both SUVs achieved an 82% rating on the Safety Assist parameter.
In the latest Euro NCAP safety tests, both the New Range Rover and Range Rover Sport have received the maximum five-star ratings. With this achievement, the variants have become the most recent Range Rovers to attain a five-star rating under the strict Euro NCAP guidelines, which were adopted in 2009.
Both cars are fitted with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) for enhanced safety. They also feature technologies like a 3D Surround Camera and ClearSight Ground View, Steering Assist, Driver Condition Response, Pre-emptive suspension, Park Assist, and Adaptive Cruise Control. In addition to active safety features, the New Range Rover and Range Rover Sport employ technological advancements that are intended to increase driver awareness and decrease the likelihood of distraction.
The core for both models is a new mixed-metal flexible Modular Longitudinal Architecture, which offers strong support for a collection of cutting-edge driver assistance systems to offer a responsive and refined drive. While the Range Rover Sport is now 35% stiffer than before, the New Range Rover, which comes in four-, five-, and seven-seat configurations, is up to 50% stiffer than its predecessor.
The top-of-the-line Range Rover received ratings of 84% for adult occupant safety, 87% for child occupant safety, and 72% for Vulnerable Road Users. On the other hand, the Range Rover Sport scored 85% for both adult and child occupant safety and 72% for Vulnerable Road Users.