Open main menu
Latin NCAP logo
A Peugeot 207 Compact following a Latin NCAP frontal crash test at the Facility for Engineering of the Universidad de la República in Montevideo, Uruguay.

The Latin New Car Assessment Programme (Latin NCAP) is an automobile safety assessment programme for Latin America and the Caribbean. Founded in 2010, it offers independent information to consumers about the safety levels of new cars in the market. Latin NCAP tests are based in international renown methodologies, with vehicles awarded with a safety rating between 0 and 5 stars, indicating the protection the cars offer to adult and child occupants. The programme started as a joint initiative and in 2014 it was established as an association under a legal entity framework.

RatingEdit

Latin NCAP includes rating for adult occupant and rating for child occupant.

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

  Media related to LatinNCAP at Wikimedia Commons