Each year at the beginning of Detroit Motor Show the NAIAS guys announce the car and the truck of the year, and this year’s winners are the Range Rover Evoque and Hyundai Elantra.
The Evoque is actually used to winning COTY awards. since its introduction not so long ago it’s been reaping awards all around the globe. There simply couldn’t be another winner for the truck of the year title.
Why the Evoque is so bloody good? Well, for starters it’s a Range Rover, unanimously known as the coolest brand in the world of cars. It is also a trendy, practical, fuel efficient, highly versatile crossover that is not only good at urban driving, it can also handle off road like a proper Range Rover and is superbly comfortable on motorways as well. And on top of all this, it looks utterly magnificent in both three and five-door guises. It is a very perfect car, with tiny dismissible flaws.
The North American car of the year title goes to the Hyundai Elantra. The Korean car was preferred by the judges over the Ford Focus and VW Passat.
They were impressed by the Elantra’s handsome design, the superb build quality and the interior finish, and its real 40-mpg fuel economy. The car’s real winning card however is its affordability which makes it possible for a wide range of people buying a fuel efficient car without sacrificing style, comfort, and convenience.