Recently, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety put the 2017 Tesla Model S sedan through the safety paces. The obstacle in question was a small overlap front test, where a car crashes with impact on its sides, and not to the front nose's median. After having cleared four out of five safety tests, Tesla would have hoped to clear this one too, but this is where the Model S faltered.
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