The Australasian New-Car Assessment Program is raising the bar for its star-based ratings system. After six months of negotiations, the independent vehicle-safety assessor in Australia and New Zealand says it has established a timetable for the progressive inclusion of new crash-test performance standards and safety-assist technology in its assessment system that awards a maximum five stars. ANCAP says it is working with industry players – including the Federal Chamber of Automotive ...

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