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November 02, 2009

2010 Contenders For Car & Truck of the Year

Ewp blue logo Car lovers around the world fasten your seatbelts, as the top contenders for the 2010 International Car and Truck of the Year (ICOTY) battle it out in a race to the finish line. The ICOTY jury is proud to announce its top three nominees in each category.  After months of intense vehicle testing by the auto industry’s leading automotive editors and journalists, only the most innovative and emotionally compelling vehicles have cruised into the top three positions.

The mission of the ICOTY Awards is to honor and highlight the emotional connection between cars and consumers, in addition to how well automakers achieve that goal through the design and marketing of their vehicles.

"The awards are not centered on power and performance," said Courtney Caldwell, ICOTY’s creator and executive producer. "It's about how cars reflect our personalities, lifestyles and self image, an attitude most consumers can identify with."


Click here to see if your favorite cars and trucks made the top three.


Find more about our ICOTY awards here.


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