Start your year off with some automotive carnage. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety conducts crash tests on dozens of vehicles every year. The videos of the reviews are on his website and YouTube page. With 2023 just beginning, the agency counted the numbers and came up with the five most viewed clips of 2022. The group also added a jazzy score.
At number five, that’s the agency Reassessment of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. When the IIHS tested a 2019 Wrangler in 2020, The SUV overturned. Jeep replied with Modification of the front structure of the vehicle. However, the vehicle overturned. The security group gave the model Close result in the front crash test with a small overlap.
the Review of the 2021 Ford Bronco 4-Door was the fourth most popular IIHS crash test video last year. It missed out on the agency’s Top Safety Pick award because the SUV only has the headrests get an acceptable score. The neck of the test dummy suffered a moderate amount of force in the simulated rear-end collision.
In third place is the 2022 Subaru BRZ crash test. It received one Top Safety Pick+ rating from IIHS. The sports coupe had Good ratings in all collision ratings. The headlights got a good mark. The optional accident prevention technology had a superior rating.
In second place is an older video. In 2013, the IIHS evaluated the 2013 Chevrolet Spark. This video has become the third most viewed clip on his channel with nearly 5.4 million views currently. Judging by its placement on this list, the popularity shows no end.
The most watched IIHS crash test of 2022 was the 2021 Tesla Model Y Evaluation. It’s an intriguing video because the small-overlap frontal impact rips off the vehicle’s wheel, but the EV just keeps rolling. The barriers at the side of the room bring the Model Y to a halt.
The IIHS gave the 2021 Model Y a Top Safety Pick+ award. It received good ratings in all categories except an acceptable rating for the long-haul fairing headlights.