9th ASEAN Automobile Safety Forum held in Bangkok

Bangkok, 6 February 2018 – The New Car Assessment Programme for Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN NCAP) yesterday organized the ninth series of ASEAN Automobile Safety Forum (AASF 2018/009) in Bangkok, Thailand. The forum held at Avani Riverside Bangkok Hotel in conjunction with the Asia Brake Conference, consisted of the second workshop on ASEAN NCAP Roadmap for 2021-2030. The half-day event was attended by 80 participants comprising representatives from Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), suppliers, Thai local automotive companies and academicians.

During the forum, ASEAN NCAP Secretary-General, Ir. Dr. Khairil Anwar Abu Kassim presented the final draft of ASEAN NCAP Roadmap 2021-2030 and the team also had a one-to-one meeting with the OEMs. ASEAN NCAP also released two of the latest test results on Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and Mitsubishi XPANDER. The Eclipse Cross was awarded with 5-Star rating whilst Mitsubishi XPANDER received a 4-Star rating with the rating plates were presented to a Mitsubishi representative.

The slide presentation during the workshop and the final draft for the recommended technologies for the new roadmap can be downloaded from the links below.

ASEAN NCAP 2nd Workshop Slide Presentation 2021-2030 (5 February 2018)

ASEAN NCAP 2021-2030 Recommended Technologies (5 February 2018)