Euro NCAP has awarded the Tesla Model Y and the Genesis GV60 the maximum five-star rating
Good news if you've been debating a Tesla lease or a Genesis lease - both have achieved top marks in the latest round of Euro NCAP's safety testing.
If you've never heard of it before, Euro NCAP - or the European New Car Assessment Programme - is an independent body that was set up to improve vehicle safety. Its rating system - with no stars the worst score and five stars the best - gives you a quick way to easily compare different cars based purely on how safe they are.
The star rating is broken down further by Euro NCAP into four different categories (adult occupant protection, child occupant protection, pedestrian protection, and safety assist), with each category receiving a percentage score out of 100 depending on how well the car performs in the relevant safety tests.
It's a great way of not only being able to see at a glance how safe the car you're looking at leasing is, but also how it performed in the areas you're most interested in - for example, how well a six-year-old child would be protected.