Tata Motors was the first Indian manufacturer to set up the crash testing facility in 1997, at a time in which there were no crash testing benchmarks in India.

Its Compact SUV Nexon was the first GNCAP 5-star-rated product. placing safety first for the consumer.

In the case of vehicle purchases, security features are at the top of the list for customers, and that's why the crash ratings are crucial.

The vehicles are tested with Global NCAP on various parameters and then assigns a score of 5 stars. The higher the score or higher the rating, the better the security of the vehicles.

Tata Punch: In the safety of children and adults evaluations, Tata Punch secured 5 star and 4 star crash test ratings, respectively.

Tata Altroz received 5 stars as well as 16.13 scores for safety of adults. It also received 3 stars and 29 points for child safety.

Tata Nexon: The SUV was awarded five stars and 16 points out of 17 points for adult safety. It also received 3 stars as well as 29 out of the 49 to ensure the safety of children.

Tata Tigor EV: The very first EV test by NCAP is equipped with two airbags. It also has a score of 4 stars in both safety for children and adults.

Tata Tigor or Tiago: Tested with two frontal airbags, both Tata models scored 4 stars for adults' safety and 3 for safety for children.

The most effective vehicle safety through newer products, such as Altroz, Punch, Tiago, Tigor, and Tigor EV and endorsed by GNCAP ratings of 4 and 5 stars.