The World Car Awards were the one of the popular Automotive Award in the Industry. The winners for the year 2019 have been already announced.
The World Car Awards Garage proved to be one of the biggest, best and busiest stands at the London Motor & Tech Show which closed its doors to the public earlier this week.
The Jaguar I-PACE recently won the coveted World Car of the Year, World Car Design and World Green Car titles for 2019, and those three trophies – along with the car itself – formed the centrepiece of the World Car Garage at the packed ExCel exhibition centre which sits alongside the River Thames to the east of the city.
But equally popular among the men, women and children who attended the London Show were the models parked-up alongside the I-PACE – the McLaren 720S (newly-crowned World Performance Car) plus the Suzuki Jimny (the current World Urban Car and the only Japanese model to win a World Car title this year).
Also present were a handful of factory-fresh contender cars in the running for trophies in 2020. Of these, the all-new Range Rover Evoque and a pre-production version of the Kia Soul EV were of most interest to the public.
Mike Rutherford, Juror, Director & Co-Chairman of the World Car Awards programme was delighted with the show, the attendance, the atmosphere and the world-class quality of the ten vehicles on display in the World Car Garage.