The early stages of voting in the 2016 Women’s World Car of the Year is now underway and judges will honour jury member, Holly Reich, who passed away in New York on 6th October, 2016.
At a unique event in Volvo's history, Mr. Håkan Samuelsson, President and CEO of Volvo Car Group, last week gave a clear indication that Volvo’s future depended on forward thinking.
The presentation of the trophy to Volvo for the XC90 winning the supreme award in the 2015 Women’s World Car of the Year will take place at Volvo Cars’ headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden, 20th May.
Judging has just been completed in the 2015 Women’s World Car of the Year awards and the Volvo XC90 has captured the top prize.
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class won both the Luxury Car segment in Women's World Car of the Year and achieved the overall Supreme Award for 2014 and judges on the panel of the international awards this week presented certificates of recognition to Daimler AG at the Geneva Motor Show.
Four new judges have been appointed to the jury panel for the Women's World Car of the Year to extend the number of judges to 21 and the number of countries represented within the awards structure to twelve. Each judge is high profile in her own country and will be voting for this year's awards which will be announced in the third quarter of the year.
Ford Motor Company was today presented with the 2013 Women's World Car of the Year award for the Fiesta 1.0-litre EcoBoost.
The Fiesta 1.0-litre EcoBoost claimed the top prize ahead of finalists including the Audi Allroad, Range Rover and Porsche Boxster S, and also received the 2013 Women's World Car of the Year Economy Car award from the judging panel, which praised the new Fiesta for its fuel efficiency and "high-end look and feel".