When the Beetle went to be examined the by the specialists at Euro NCAP, she demanded to not be called "baby" and when they refused, she showed them that she means business.
The Bug can take you in her arms and keep you away from harm with a five-star safety rating and 92 percent score for adult occupant protection.
She has a profound character and uses it to deeply connect with the driver, as asset for which she received a score of 86 percent for safety assist She's also good with children, having received a score of 90 percent for the protection offered to the little ones. As for the contact with total strangers, such as pedestrians, the car received a 50 percent score.
However, she did trip on a few occasions, such as the time when the steering column met the driver's chest, but nothing severe was recorded.
Ask her to dance and you'll find out that she can cope with most situations just fine. However, if you ask the DJ to play a high BMP song, you'll notice that the rear end likes to step out a little bit more than it should. The lateral movements are easily tamed by the ESP, which can never be deactivated - the aforementioned oversteering tendency is probably the reason why.