I'm not sure, but either way, I expect the results to be almost identical to what we see for the Mazda2.The only thing that would change is the front end of the vehicle, and I don't think that cosmetic change will have much of an affect on safety.I'm not certain, but wont the sedan need its own set of crash tests?
I've only been coming across tidbits about safety that automotive publications have been reporting back, such as this:As the vehicle comes out and hits dealerships I think then we should get a chance to see details on what the exact safety features they included.
Being a small car with the demographic it has, it will be a concern.
What Safety Features Are Available?
In addition to the basic safety features mandated by the government, the Scion iA also comes with seat-mounted side and side curtain airbags. There's also a standard low-speed (under 18 mph) frontal collision warning and automatic braking system, which is a rare option in this class, let alone a standard feature.