The CX-30 adult occupant protection score is higher than that of the BMW 3 Series, Telsa Model 3 and Mercedes-Benz EQC.
Finally, the CX-30 netted a 77 per cent score in the safety assist category, with standard equipment including traffic sign recognition, speed-limit information, lane-keep assist and seatbelt reminders.
“We look forward to working with ANCAP to localise the results in the New Year.”
The CX-30 is expected to launch in Australia early next year, and as CarsGuide has previously reported, will be offered with either a 114kW 2.0-litre or 139kW 2.5-litre engine in front- or all-wheel-drive form.
Full pricing and specifications are expected to be revealed closer to the CX-30’s on-sale date.