After announcing 27 different cars as the finalist of the Women’s World Car of the Year awards at the end of January, the winners from each of the nine categories including one for electric cars, have been announced.

This is the 11th year the WWCOTY has taken place, where the cars are judged by 50 female motoring journalist from 38 countries. It is the only jury in the automotive industry made up exclusively by women.

Following are the winners in each of the nine categories:

Best Urban Car – Peugeot 208
Best Family Car – Skoda Octavia
Best Luxury Car – Lexus LC500 Convertible
Best Sports Car – Ferrari F8 Spider
Best Urban SUV – Peugeot 2008
Best Medium SUV – Land Rover Defender
Best Large SUV – Kia Sorento
Best 4×4 & Pick-up – Ford F-150
Best EV – Honda e

These vehicles, launched between January and December 2020, represent excellence in their segments based on safety, comfort, technology, and value for the money.

“The objective of the awards is to choose the best cars of the year. These are not ‘women’s cars’ because there is no such thing,” as highlighted by the committee.

Following this, the Women’s World Car of the Year panelist will now choose the Best Car of the Year dubbed the “Supreme Winner” from the nine category winners. The results will be announced on March 8, on International Women’s Day.

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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.