Improving the safety of all occupants

The Rexton comes equipped with nine airbags, including a driver knee-airbag and second-row side airbags. The steering wheel and steering column are specially designed to absorb the force of a collision, minimising the effect on the driver’s chest area, and active head restraints move forward in the event of a collision to close the gap between the occupant and the headrest to prevent whiplash.

safety

Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) & Anti-Rollover Protection (ARP) & Brake Assist System (BAS)

Emergency

Emergency Stop Signal (ESS)

Hill Descent

Hill Descent Control (HDC)

Hill Start

Hill Start Assist (HSA)

  • 1 Driver’s airbag
  • 2 Driver’s knee protection airbag
  • 3 Passenger’s airbag
  • 4,5 Driver’s & passenger’s side airbags
  • 6,7 Rear seat side airbags
  • 8,9 Curtain airbags
Air bags
Air bags

Applying the most advanced automotive high-strength steel

High-density, high-tensile-strength steel plate makes up 81.7% of all the steel plate used in the Rexton’s body, providing superb rigidity and protection against deformation in a collision. As such, the safe space within the cabin has been maximised.

Keeping both noise and energy outside the cabin

The Rexton’s body is mounted on the new-concept ‘Quad Frame,’ which blocks most of the noise from the road surface and engine. The frame has been engineered specifically to minimse the possibility of injury to vehicular occupants in a collision.

Crash Zone Box

Crash zone box
The ‘crash zone’ refers to that part of frame that conveys the most shock from a frontal collision to the inside of the cabin. This ‘box’ is designed to absorb that force, thereby protecting the people inside.

Quad Frame

Quad Frame

The frame members feature a quadruple-layered structure that exceeds the global standard for lateral collision safety.

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