Here is some information specific to the offset frontal impact safety features of the Falcon.
The AU3 front structure incorporates a sub-frame breakaway feature and a new side rail with refined collapse mode. These features will work to provide controlled crush management, optimising protection of the cabin's safety cell. (see image below)
In addition to this, the AU3 incorporates a Laminated Impact Protection Panel (LIPP) in the driver's footwell, under the carpet. The LIPP is almost 30mm thick and consists of two layers of steel covered and filled with energy-absorbing foam.
The LIPP carries the driver's heels rearward with any intruding floor panels and, as a result, helps to avoid over-rotation of the ankle joint and entrapment of the feet. In addition, the steel acts like armour and the foam reduces heel shock. Crash tests indicate that it's very effective in reducing an injury measure called "tibia index". The end result is better lower leg protection for Falcon drivers.