The NRMA has released results for the latest reversing visibility test. Cars are judged using a simple star rating system; more stars equal a high rear visibility.
Using a laser setup and a cylinder to represent the height and width of a two-year old toddler, the NRMA conducts various procedures inside a grid measuring 1.8 metres by 15 metres. The laser is then directed through the rear window of the vehicle from a number of positions on the grid.
The list-topping cars for each category include;
Some popular cars that received zero stars included – although we’re not sure how this is possible, the laser must not have been able to pin point the cylinder representation at all:
Most of these cars do come with an optional parking sensor or parking camera feature, these were without such options.
For all the results in every category check out the NRMA site.