Car of the Year 2022: electric dominates among the seven finalists

The ' Car of the Year (or Car of the Year English) is the most prestigious award in Europe in the automotive sector. Although the Geneva Motor Show has been canceled again , 2022 will also see this important recognition awarded. The seven finalists of this edition have been announced, of which six are electric cars.   The seven finalists The zero-emission cars , therefore, dominate this list, with the only 'intruder' the Peugeot 308, which is also available in a version with the plug, thanks to the plug-in hybrid. It's hard to talk about a favorite, but she can't be an Italian model. The Maserati MC20 , the only one in the race among the 39 candidates, did not pass this selection and is not included among the seven finalists.  Cupra Born Ford Mustang Mach-E Hyundai Ioniq 5 Kia EV6 Peugeot 308 Renault Mégane E-Tech Škoda Enyaq iV  (at the links our road tests, if available, of these models)  The winner in February 2022 In fact, the jury reduced the candidates to receive the award from 39 to 7. All these cars will be subjected to some specific tests by the jurors, who will give their verdict in the final part of February. The announcement of the winner is scheduled for Monday 28 February 2022 , strictly online. Hoping we can return to the version in the presence, starting from 2023.  The complete list of 39 candidates - Aiways U5 - Audi Q4 E-tron / Q4 E-tron Sportback - Audi E-tron GT / RS E-tron GT - BMW 2 Series Coupé - BMW 2 Series Active Tourer - BMW i4 - BMW iX - Cupra Born - Dacia Spring - DS 4 - DS 9 - Ford Mustang Mach-E - Honda HR-V - Hyundai Bayon - Hyundai Ioniq 5 - Kia EV6 - Lexus NX - Lynk & Co 01 - Maserati MC20 - McLaren Artura - Mercedes C Class - Mercedes EQS - Mercedes Class T / Renault Kangoo - MG EHS - MG Marvel R - Nissan Qashqai - Opel Mokka - Peugeot 308 - Renault Arkana - Renault Mégane E-Tech - Skoda Fabia - Skoda Enyaq iV - Subaru Outback - Tesla Model Y - Toyota Yaris Cross - Toyota Highlander - Volkswagen ID.4 - Volkswagen Caddy - Volkswagen T7 Multivan

The ' Car of the Year (or Car of the Year English) is the most prestigious award in Europe in the automotive sector. Although the Geneva Motor Show has been canceled again , 2022 will also see this important recognition awarded. The seven finalists of this edition have been announced, of which six are electric cars.

The seven finalists

The zero-emission cars , therefore, dominate this list, with the only 'intruder' the Peugeot 308, which is also available in a version with the plug, thanks to the plug-in hybrid. It's hard to talk about a favorite, but she can't be an Italian model. The Maserati MC20 , the only one in the race among the 39 candidates, did not pass this selection and is not included among the seven finalists.

Cupra Born

Ford Mustang Mach-E

Hyundai Ioniq 5

Kia EV6

Peugeot 308

Renault Mégane E-Tech

Škoda Enyaq iV

The winner in February 2022

In fact, the jury reduced the candidates to receive the award from 39 to 7. All these cars will be subjected to some specific tests by the jurors, who will give their verdict in the final part of February. The announcement of the winner is scheduled for Monday 28 February 2022 , strictly online. Hoping we can return to the version in the presence, starting from 2023.

The complete list of 39 candidates

- Aiways U5

- Audi Q4 E-tron / Q4 E-tron Sportback

- Audi E-tron GT / RS E-tron GT

- BMW 2 Series Coupé

- BMW 2 Series Active Tourer

- BMW i4

- BMW iX

- Cupra Born

- Dacia Spring

- DS 4

- DS 9

- Ford Mustang Mach-E

- Honda HR-V

- Hyundai Bayon

- Hyundai Ioniq 5

- Kia EV6

- Lexus NX

- Lynk & Co 01

- Maserati MC20

- McLaren Artura

- Mercedes C Class

- Mercedes EQS

- Mercedes Class T / Renault Kangoo

- MG EHS

- MG Marvel R

- Nissan Qashqai

- Opel Mokka

- Peugeot 308

- Renault Arkana

- Renault Mégane E-Tech

- Skoda Fabia

- Skoda Enyaq iV

- Subaru Outback

- Tesla Model Y

- Toyota Yaris Cross

- Toyota Highlander

- Volkswagen ID.4

- Volkswagen Caddy

- Volkswagen T7 Multivan

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