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Safety as standard: Lynk & Co 01 lands five-star rating from Euro NCAP 

Our first car in Europe gets top marks in one of the world’s most rigorous safety assessments. 

The 01, Lynk & Co’s first car to launch in Europe, has scored a full five stars from the prestigious European New Car Assessment Program (Euro NCAP). The assessment puts vehicles through exhaustive crash tests to ensure reliability and quality.  

The five-star Euro NCAP rating is supported by a simple Lynk & Co philosophy: No customer should have to pay extra to make their car safer. We don’t sell safety equipment as an expensive optional, instead, every 01 comes with all safety features as standard. Because members shouldn’t need to spend hours researching—or hours haggling with salespeople—to keep themselves and their families safe.

We are not compromising, we offer everything included, safety as well   Alain Visser, CEO of Lynk & Co  

The Euro NCAP was introduced 20 years ago as an independent test to raise safety standards and assesses the safety of popular cars. Cars are put through rigorous impact tests using sophisticated crash test dummies full of sensor equipment. The test is divided into four categories – adult occupant, child occupant, vulnerable road users (such as cyclists and pedestrians), and safety assist, which tests the effectiveness of safety technologies. 

For more information and assets, please check out Eurp NCAP´s webpage here: https://www.euroncap.com/en

About Lynk & Co

Lynk & Co was created to provide mobility solutions for the connected generation. We do make really, really good cars (the kind that has all the features you want without you having to ask for them), but we also offer a new way of using those cars. With a flexible range of car ownerships, we continue to push evolution, towards meeting the needs of our cool-consumers on their own terms.

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