Lixiang ONE Performs Well in C-IASI Overall Evaluation

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Lixiang ONE Performs Well in C-IASI Overall Evaluation

On January 25, we learned from the official website of China Insurance Automotive Safety Index (hereinafter referred to as “C-IASI”) that the evaluation results report of Lixiang ONE, the first mass-produced model of Lixiang Auto, has been released. According to the C-IASI, test vehicle from Lixiang is the 2020 Lixiang ONE Extended Range 6-seater version.


The evaluation results of Lixiang ONE released by C-IASI show that Lixiang ONE has obtained G, G, G, M in terms of vehicle auxiliary safety index, outside pedestrian safety index, car occupant safety index, and crashworthiness and maintenance economy index. (G means excellent, A means good, M means fair, P means poor).

Among them, the occupant safety index includes the following four tests, namely 25% offset collision, side collision, roof strength and seat/head restraint tests. Lixiang ONE gets a G score in this test, which is indeed very good. This is mainly due to the high-strength steel-aluminum hybrid body design of Lixiang ONE. Although in terms of crashworthiness and maintenance economy index, Lixiang ONE only got an M score, but this result is still a good result in the middle and large luxury SUV model class.

In addition, NIO EC6 under NIO Automobile and BMW X3 under BMW Brilliance are also tested with Lixiang ONE. The first two are tested in vehicle auxiliary safety index, outside pedestrian safety index, car occupant safety index, and crashworthiness and maintenance. In terms of economic index, scores of G, G, G, A and G, G, G, and P were obtained.

As the first mid-to -large luxury SUV to participate in the China Insurance Automotive Safety Index (C-IASI) evaluation, Lixiang ONE performed very well, and this also reflects the high requirements of Lixiang Car for vehicle safety and personnel safety since its development. In the recent China Automobile Health Index (C-AHI) rating, Lixiang ONE received a double five-star rating in the two ratings of volatile organic compounds (VOC), odor intensity (VOI), and vehicle electromagnetic radiation (EMR)., and become the recommended model of the 2020 China Automobile Health Index.