BMW’s Work hard to fine-tune 2 The headlights of the Gran Coupe series pay off 2021 Highway Safety Insurance Association’s top safety choice Models equipped with premium packages are awarded. BMW missed a nod in 2020 because the curve adaptive lights did not meet the requirements.
The 2 series Gran Coupes with curve adaptive lighting manufactured after December 2020 received an “acceptable” rating.Paired with BMW’s outstanding results in the remaining races International Institute of Health and Safety Gloves, this is enough to make the top safety choice nod. Gran Coupe’s standard lamp is still only rated as “Edge”.
The criteria for obtaining the highest safety choice nod include all six crashworthiness tests (driver side small overlap front, passenger side small overlap front, medium overlap front, side, roof strength, and headrest) and “advanced” ratings In the vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian active safety system tests, both received an “excellent” rating, but the most troublesome obstacle that manufacturers need to remove recently is the quality of the headlights.
Since 2020, IIHS requires vehicles to provide at least one headlight kit with a “good” or “acceptable” rating in order to qualify for Top Safety Pick; for Top Safety Pick+ awards, “good” or “acceptable” headlights The light must be standard On all models.