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is an American automobile magazine published by the Motor Trend Group. A group of former employees of Car and Driver
Car and Driver
led by David E. Davis founded Automobile
in 1986 with support from Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation[2][3]—using the credo No Boring Cars.[4] Automobile
distinguishes itself as more of a lifestyle magazine than the other automotive publications, an editorial theme that Davis greatly expanded upon from his tenure as the editor of Car and Driver, though it is a sister publication to Motor Trend. Unlike most other automobile magazines, Automobile
does not often do instrumented tests of cars or provide much technical data. Instead, the reviews of vehicles are subjective experiential reports with the cars in their naturally intended, real world environment. Additionally, Automobile
reserves a good portion of each issue covering vehicles no longer in production, but still relevant to collectors or automotive history as a whole. For example, the magazine includes features such as "Collectible Classic," an in-depth review of a particular older car, and reports from recent classic and antique car auctions. Automobile
also has a regular column by former General Motors designer Robert Cumberford, who analyzes styling elements of current production models and show cars, often linking their design to those of older cars.[5]


1 Publishers 2 Awards

2.1 Automobile
of the Year 2.2 Automobile
All-Stars 2.3 Design of the Year

3 References 4 External links

Publishers[edit] 1986 – 1991: News Corporation 1991 – 2007: Primedia 2007 – present: Source Interlink Media Awards[edit] Automobile
of the Year[edit] From 1990 to 2014, Automobile
awarded their " Automobile
of the Year" to one car annually.[6]

1990: Mazda MX-5 Miata 1991: Acura NSX 1992: Cadillac Seville Touring Sedan 1993: Chrysler Concorde
Chrysler Concorde
/ Dodge Intrepid / Eagle Vision 1994: Dodge / Plymouth Neon 1995: BMW M3 1996: Honda Civic 1997: Toyota RAV4 1998: Porsche Boxster 1999: Volkswagen New Beetle 2000: Ford Focus 2001: Chevrolet Corvette Z06 2002: Subaru Impreza WRX 2003: Nissan 350Z 2004: Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 2005: Chrysler 300C 2006: BMW 3-Series 2007: Volkswagen GTI 2008: Audi R8 2009: Nissan GT-R 2010: Volkswagen GTI 2011: Chevrolet Volt 2012: Audi A7 2013: Tesla Model S 2014: Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Automobile
All-Stars[edit] In 2015, Automobile
replaced their " Automobile
of the Year" award to the " Automobile
All-Stars", naming multiple cars on the list annually.

2015: Alfa Romeo 4C, BMW i8, BMW 2-Series, Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, Ford Mustang, Honda Fit, Lamborghini Huracán, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Subaru Impreza WRX/WRX STI, Volkswagen Golf GTI[7] 2016: Ferrari 488
Ferrari 488
GTB, Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, Mazda MX-5 Miata, McLaren 570S, Porsche Cayman GT4, Volkswagen Golf R, Volvo XC90[8] 2017: Acura NSX, BMW M2, Chevrolet Bolt
Chevrolet Bolt
EV, Honda Civic Hatchback Sport, Porsche 718 Cayman S, Volvo S90[9] 2018: Ford GT, Honda Accord 2.0T Sport, Honda Civic Type R, Lexus LC 500, McLaren 720S, Mercedes-AMG GT R, Porsche 911 Carrera GTS, Volvo V90 T6 AWD R-Design[10] 2019: BMW M2
Competition, Ferrari 812 Superfast, Hyundai Veloster
Hyundai Veloster
N, McLaren 600LT, Mercedes-Benz G550, Nissan Altima
Nissan Altima
SR 2.0T, Porsche 911 GT2 RS Design of the Year[edit] 1990: Nissan 300ZX 1991: Acura NSX 1992: Honda Civic VX Hatchback 1993: Mazda RX-7 1994: Saab 900 1995: Ferrari 456 1996: Ford Taurus 1997: GM EV1 1998: Chrysler Concorde 1999: BMW M Coupe 2000: Audi TT 2001: Alfa Romeo 156
Alfa Romeo 156
Sportwagon 2002: Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 2003: BMW Z4 2004: Toyota Prius 2005: BMW 6-Series 2006: Pontiac Solstice 2007: Aston Martin V8 Vantage 2008: Audi R8 2009: Audi A5 2010: Nissan Cube 2011: Jaguar XJ 2012: Fisker Karma 2013: Porsche Boxster 2014: BMW i8 2015: Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe 2016: Ford GT 2017: Volvo S90 2018: Tesla Model 3 2019: BMW 8-Series References[edit]

^ Floyd, Mike (June 15, 2017). " Automobile
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^ Grimes, William (2011-03-28). "David Davis Jr. Dies at 80". The New York Times. The New York Times
The New York Times
Company. Retrieved 2013-11-06.

^ "Auto Magazine
Founder David E. Davis Jr. Dies". SFGate. Hearst Communications. 2011-03-28.[dead link]

^ "David E. Davis, Jr., Automotive Journalism's "Hemingway on Wheels," Is Dead". Insideline.com. 2011-03-28.

^ "Top 10 National Automotive Magazines - Cision". 26 June 2013.

^ "25 Years of Automobile
of the Year". Automobile. November 18, 2013. Retrieved January 19, 2019.

^ "2015 Automobile
All-Stars". Automobile. January 1, 2015. Retrieved January 19, 2019.

^ St. Antoine, Arthur (March 22, 2016). "2016 Automobile
All-Stars: The Winners". Automobile. Retrieved January 19, 2019.

^ "2017 Automobile
All-Stars: The Winners". Automobile. March 11, 2017. Retrieved January 19, 2019.

^ "2018 Automobile
All-Stars: The Winners". Automobile. March 10, 2018. Retrieved January 19, 2019.

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