Unpleasant and unexpected news, in the 2012 Hyundai Elantra, serious security problems were discovered.
A recent accident involving such a car in the United States ended with an unpleasant end for the driver. He did not die and was not seriously wounded, but there was a problem that could lead to both cases.
The accident showed that all the airbags unfolded correctly and did their job. Everything except one side pillow of safety, which also worked, but peculiarly.
When she turned around, she clung to the seat belt attachment and part of the passenger’s ear tore off the gap. Naturally, this is a terrifying prospect.
Nhtsa quickly responded to the situation and decided to start the investigation of Hyundai Elantra.
According to Hyundai, they have no other incidents like this, and no one reported such problems. They claim that this is most likely an accident.
We all must remember that no matter how safe these cars are certain conditions that simply cannot be foreseen.
The investigation may result in the definition that nothing can be dangerous in Korean cars, but in the end it will still be able to get a reputation.