New generation Mahindra Thar overturn at a high speed while the passengers walk out safely without a scratch. In a rather bizarre accident Mahindra thar Mata accident on a busy road in one of the most populous suburbs in Surat in Gujarat. After crashing into a shop the Mahindra thar overturned towards a Co passenger side and thankfully that didn’t collide with any other vehicle or a person on the street and the driver and the passenger walks out safely.
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The entire accident of Mahindra thar recorded on a CCTV camera positioned alongside the road just above the place where they collide. In the CCTV video, we see the red color thar is taking a turn on a roundabout and due to Overspeed colliding with the shops alongside the road.
Although soon after Thar overturn on the circle it glided over the divider of the road and entered the opposite lane. Thankfully at that time, no other vehicles were there. After colliding over the divider they collided with the shop on the other side of the lane and after the collision, they overturned over the left side which is a Co passenger side.
After the accident, Mahindra thar hasn’t suffered major sheet metal damages only the window mirrors are slightly broken and some parts of the Co passenger side have been bumped and scratched. It is also believed that no casualties were reported in this accident and the occupants sitting suffered only minor injuries. It is not clear what was the speed of the car at the time of the accident. In the video we can see that they didn’t stop and move over the divider at a constant speed it indicates 2 possibilities in the first possibility driver of the 3rd was a new be or might have confused between the accelerator or a clutch pedal in a panic situation.
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There is also another possibility that the person driving the driver might have been under the influence of alcohol and must have lost his consciousness and control over the steering. Reports also suggested the driver of the car was new and didn’t know how the vehicle moves. There’s no official statement from the police or the owner of the vehicle. In this second-generation avatar of Mahindra, it recorded a 4-star safety rating in the global NCAP crash test. The Mahindra thar score 12.52 points out of 17:00 in the adult occupant protection and 41.11 points out of 49 for the child occupant protection. The test was conducted at a speed of 64 kilometers per hour.