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Automobile Magazine All-Stars

Automobile Magazine selects an annual list of All-Stars as their Car of the Year equivalent award.

Award winners by year

2011

Automobile of the Year: Chevrolet Volt
Design of the Year: Jaguar XJ
Man of the Year: Ferdinand Piech
Technology of the Year: Electric Propulsion
All-Star: BMW 3 Series
All-Star: Cadillac CTS-V Sport Wagon
All-Star: Ford Mustang
All-Star: Honda Odyssey
All-Star: Hyundai Sonata
All-Star: Jaguar XJ
All-Star: Porsche Boxster/Cayman
All-Star: Dodge Ram 1500
All-Star: Volkswagen GTI
All-Star: Volvo S60

Source: Automobile Magazine[1]

2010

Automobile of the Year: Volkswagen GTI
Design of the Year: Nissan Cube
Man of the Year: Alan Mulally
Technology of the Year: Lithium-Ion Batteries
All-Star: Audi S4
All-Star: BMW Z4
All-Star: BMW 335d
All-Star: Chevrolet Camaro
All-Star: Dodge Ram 1500
All-Star: Ford Flex
All-Star: Ford Fusion Hybrid
All-Star: Jaguar XF/XFR
All-Star: Mazda/MazdaSpeed 3
All-Star: Porsche Boxster/Cayman

Source: Automobile Magazine[2][3]

2009

Automobile of the Year: Nissan GT-R
Design of the Year: Audi A5
Man of the Year: Takeo Fukui
Technology of the Year: Direct fuel injection
All-Star: Audi R8
All-Star: Jaguar XF
All-Star: Honda Fit
All-Star: Ford Flex
All-Star: Volkswagen GTI
All-Star: Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
All-Star: Porsche 911
All-Star: Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG
All-Star: BMW 3-series
All-Star: Chevrolet Malibu

2008

Automobile of the Year: Audi R8
Design of the Year: Audi R8
Technology of the Year: GM's Two-mode hybrid system
All-Star: Porsche Boxster/Cayman
All-Star: Lotus Elise
All-Star: Chevrolet Malibu
All-Star: Mercedes-Benz S-Class
All-Star: BMW 3-series
All-Star: Volkswagen GTI
All-Star: Mazda CX-9
All-Star: Chevrolet Corvette
All-Star: Volvo C30
All-Star: Infiniti G35/G37

2007

Automobile of the Year: Volkswagen GTI
Design of the Year: Aston Martin V8 Vantage
Man of the Year: Roger Penske
Technology of the Year: Electronic Stability Control
All-Star: BMW 3-series
All-Star: Chrysler 300C
All-Star: Honda Ridgeline
All-Star: Mercedes-Benz S-Class
All-Star: Mazda 3
All-Star: Lotus Elise
All-Star: Aston Martin V8 Vantage
All-Star: Infiniti G35
All-Star: Porsche Cayman
All-Star: Chevrolet Corvette Z06

2006

Automobile of the Year: BMW 3-Series
Design of the Year: Pontiac Solstice
Man of the Year: Wendelin Wiedeking, Chairman, Porsche
Technology of the Year: BMW N52 engine

2005

Automobile of the Year: Chrysler 300C
Design of the Year: BMW 6-Series
Man of the Year: Ulrich Bez, CEO, Aston Martin
Technology of the Year: Audi DSG Transmission

2004

Automobile of the Year: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
Technology of the Year: BMW Active Steering
Man of the Year: Martin Leach
All-Star Coupe: Mazda RX-8
All-Star Family Car: Mazda Mazda6
All-Star GT: BMW M3
All-Star Large Sport Utility: Land Rover Range Rover
All-Star Luxury Car Over $40,000: Audi A8 L
All-Star Luxury Car Under $40,000: BMW 3-Series
All-Star Mid-Size Sport Utility: Cadillac SRX
All-Star Minivan: Honda Odyssey
All-Star Pickup Truck: Nissan Titan
All-Star Small Car: MINI Cooper
All-Star Sports Car: Porsche Boxster
All-Star Sport Sedan: Cadillac CTS V
All-Star Supercar: Ferrari 360 Modena
All-Star Small Sport Utility: Honda Element

2003

Automobile of the Year: Nissan 350Z
All-Star Coupe: Infiniti G35
All-Star Family Car: Mazda Mazda6
All-Star GT: BMW M3
All-Star Large Sport-Utility: Land Rover Range Rover
All-Star Luxury Car Over $40,000: BMW 7-Series
All-Star Luxury Car Under $40,000: BMW 3-Series
All-Star Mid-Size Sport-Utility: Lexus GX470
All-Star Minivan: Honda Odyssey
All-Star Pickup Truck: Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra
All-Star Small Car: Ford Focus
All-Star Small Sport-Utility: Honda Element
All-Star Sport Sedan: Subaru Impreza WRX/BMW M5 (tie)
All-Star Sports Car: Porsche Boxster
All-Star Supercar: Porsche 911 Turbo/GT2

2002

Automobile of the Year: Subaru Impreza WRX
Best Coupe: Ford Focus SVT
Best Family Car: Volkswagen Passat
Best GT: BMW M3
Best Large Sport-Utility Vehicle: Toyota Land Cruiser
Best Luxury Car Over $40,000: Lexus LS 430
Best Luxury Car Under $40,000: BMW 525i
Best Mid-Size Sport-Utility Vehicle: Acura MDX
Best Minivan: Honda Odyssey
Best Pickup Truck: Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra
Best Small Car: Ford Focus
Best Small Sport-Utility Vehicle: Land Rover Freelander
Best Sport Sedan/Wagon: BMW M5
Best Sports Car Over $40,000: Porsche Boxster S
Best Sports Car Under $40,000: Mazda Miata

2001

Best Coupe: BMW 3-Series
Best Family Sedan/Wagon: Volkswagen Passat
Best GT Car: Porsche 911 Carrera
Best Large SUV: Chevrolet Suburban/GMC Yukon XL
Best Luxury Sedan/Wagon Over $40,000: Mercedes-Benz S-Class
Best Luxury Sedan/Wagon Under $40,000: BMW 525i/530i
Best Midsize SUV: BMW X5
Best Minivan: Chrysler Town and Country/Dodge Caravan
Best Pick-Up Truck: Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra
Best Small Car: Chrysler PT Cruiser
Best Small SUV: Ford Escape/Mazda Tribute
Best Sports Car Over $40,000: Porsche 911 Turbo
Best Sports Car Under $40,000: Chevrolet Corvette
Best Sports Sedan: BMW M5

1986

All-Star: Chevrolet Corvette Roadster
All-Star: Dodge Caravan LE
All-Star: Ford Mustang GT
All-Star: Honda Prelude Si
All-Star: Jaguar XJ6
All-Star: Lincoln Mark VII LSC
All-Star: Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16
All-Star: Mitsubishi Montero
All-Star: Porsche 928S
All-Star: Subaru 4WD Turbo Wagon
All-Star: Toyota MR2
All-Star: Volkswagen GTI

References

External links

  • Automobile Magazine Awards
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