Another Chinese car flunks German crash test


STUTTGART, Germany, June 21 (Reuters) - A mid-range sedan developed for the European market by Chinese carmaker Brilliance scored only one out of a possible five stars in a crash test, German auto association ADAC said on Thursday. "In the event of a side crash, the strain on the driver's chest and abdominal area would be so high that a person would have little chance of surviving in a real accident," it said of test results for the Brilliance BS6 model. Shenyang Brilliance Jinbei, a ...

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