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Welcome to IIHS TechData!

You've reached the Institute's repository for technical data files, IIHS TechData.

About this website

The TechData website is provided as a free public service by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (The Institute); an independent, nonprofit scientific and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses — deaths, injuries and property damage — from motor vehicle crashes. The TechData website provides registered users access to the technical data and reports that support the Institute's vehicle evaluations.

The Institute's General Counsel, as a custodian of records for the Institute with personal knowledge of the regular course of business of the Institute, attests to the fact that these records are kept by the Institute in the regular course of its business, and it was the regular course of business of the Institute for an employee or representative of the Institute, with knowledge of the act, event, condition, opinion or diagnosis, recorded to make these records or to transmit information thereof to be included in such records; and these records were made at or near the time or reasonably soon thereafter. All records downloaded from the TechData website are the originals or exact duplicates of the originals.

The information here is intended for people with some form of engineering or technical background who are engaged in vehicle research, design, and development. In addition, the Institute expects users will examine all the data, images, and videos associated with a particular crash test; reviewing and citing only individual elements may not provide an accurate or complete picture of what occurred during the specific test. Accordingly, the information here is not intended for public display.

Individuals seeking to use the information for news or video production are directed to the Institute's Communications department; you may send an e-mail to

Any use of the TechData website is subject to the Institute's copyright policy described below.

While the Institute endeavors to keep the information up-to-date and correct, the Institute reserves the right to make additions, deletions or modifications to its contents at any time. Any reliance you place on such material is therefore, strictly at your own risk.

You can further find the results of the IIHS evaluations, as well as more consumer-oriented information, on our main website.

Copyright information

All content (such as images and text) available on the IIHS TechData internet site is copyrighted property of the Institutes, unless indicated otherwise. The content on this website is made available for limited noncommercial, educational and personal use only; a user may download content to share with others for limited noncommercial and educational purposes without requesting specific permission. When using content for limited noncommercial, educational and personal use, the source of the content should be cited as

Repetitive noncommercial, educational, or personal use and copying or redistribution in any manner for commercial use is not permitted without written permission from the Institute. Requests to use our content for repetitive noncommercial, educational, or personal use and for commercial use can be made by emailing our Legal Department at Requests should include the following information:

  • A description of the Institutes' content for which the requester seeks permission to use;
  • A description of the requester's project and how the Institutes' content will be used to support the project;
  • A description of the make-up and size of the intended audience;
  • A description of how the project will be distributed (e.g. web, print) and for how long; and
  • whether the requester will charge for access to its project.

Please contact the Legal Department at if you have any questions concerning the Institutes' copyright policy.


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