Every year we sit back, take stock of the hundreds of vehicles that we’ve driven over the past twelve months, and then pick out a dozen of our favorites. This year is no exception, save that we plan to crow about it a bit more.
No the year isn’t over. No we haven’t moved our most significant car awards feature of the year from its cozy January publication date. But, we do want to clue you in to the fact that the doling out of our highest accolade is in the forefront of our thinking, even now.
To start, we’d ask that you pay special attention to the issue announcement email you’ll receive on January 17, 2012, when the winners will be announced in issue 78 of Winding Road magazine. (What’s that you haven’t signed up to get WR emails yet? Sign up right here, right now.)
In the meantime, if anyone has predictions as to which dozen cars will make the cut as our favorites, they should feel free to guess away in our comments section below. We’ll be keeping score.
Porsche’s flagship sports car, the 911, is set to receive a major upgrade with an electric introduction; enter the Porsche 911 Hybrid.
More details have been revealed on the Lamborghini LB744 Hybrid Hypercar, featuring a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 mid-engine, three electric motors, and a new lithium-ion battery.
Porsche tuner turned supercar manufacturer, RUF Automobile, has recently announced the opening of its new North American headquarters in Miami, Florida.
Lexus has introduced its first globally available, purpose-built battery-electric vehicle: the all-new Lexus RZ450e.
Teased two weeks ago, Kia today has unveiled its first three-row electric flagship, the Kia EV9 SUV.