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Improved safety performance through technology, GWM HAVAL JOLION, WEY Coffee 01 and ORA FUNKY CAT receive five-star safety ratings

BAODING, China, September 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Recently, three of GWM’s models, HAVAL JOLION, WEY Coffee 01 and ORA FUNKY CAT (also known as GOOD CAT) were awarded five stars by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) and the European New Car Assessment Program (Euro NCAP) respectively.

On September 19, HAVAL JOLION has been recognized in the ANCAP five-star rating in the Australian market. This is GWM’s fourth model to receive this rating in this market in the last 12 months.

According to the results of the tests published by ANCAP, HAVAL JOLION obtained excellent scores in all the tests, including those for PROTECTION OF THE ADULT OCCUPANT, PROTECTION OF THE CHILD OCCUPANT, PROTECTION OF VULNERABLE USERS OF THE ROAD and SAFETY ASSISTANCE, with ratings of 90%, 84%, 64% and 92% respectively.

These excellent performances are inseparable from the multiple intelligent configurations of the model. HAVAL JOLION is equipped with several active safety configurations (AEB, ACC, ELK, etc.) as standard on the Australian market. And among the SAFETY ASSIST test, Lane Support Systems (LSS) obtained the maximum score.

The results obtained by WEY Coffee 01 and ORA FUNKY CAT have also been remarkable in the safety tests in the European market. At the beginning of September this year, both models received five stars from Euro NCAP.

In particular, according to the report published by Euro NCAP, the WEY Coffee 01 obtained a rating rate of 94% in the SAFETY ASSIST test. In tests for protecting adults, children and vulnerable road users, the model was rated at 91%, 87% and 79% respectively.

The final test result also showed that the overall rating of WEY Coffee 01 ranked third in this test, which is higher than Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Volvo C40 Recharge.

Michiel van Ratingen, General Secretary of Euro NCAP, said: “This year Euro NCAP will be testing more Chinese cars than it has ever done and Great Wall (GWM) is really setting the standard for others to follow.” .

GWM has always attached importance to driving safety since its inception, with continuous investments in relevant R&D in this regard. The NOH (Navigation on HIPilot) intelligent pilot-assisted driving system, self-developed by GWM, has been continuously updated.

The newly upgraded system is equipped with a perception module consisting of two laser radars, 5 millimeter wave radars, 12 ultrasonic radars and 12 high definition cameras, as well as a high computing power chip .

This system can help vehicles complete tasks such as intelligent obstacle avoidance and pedestrian avoidance, to ensure travel safety.

GWM has always defended “safety” as the central element and advocated the concept of “comprehensive safety” from the three dimensions of “occupant safety”, “pedestrian safety” and “vehicle safety”.

By continuing to improve vehicle safety performance through its technological strength, GWM aims to provide high-quality and safe travel experience for global buyers.