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Editors Choice News and Information - Autoblog

Editors Choice News and Information - Autoblog

DAVID GLUCKMAN: After experiencing the, I'm confident Porsche can do electrification right. I like that Porsche kept mid-engine looks for a car with no engines since it has a motor at either end, the center-of-motor (a thing I just made up) would be in the middle. So it totally makes sense. GREG MIGLIORE: This concept makes a style statement with its Star Wars Storm Trooper front end, hunkered-down wheels, and subtle curves. More importantly, this is a signpost for Porsche's electric car efforts. Look out, Tesla! MIKE AUSTIN: The details on this are amazing, like the way the rear wing integrates into a back end. And breaking away from round headlamps is a bold move for Porsche. STEVEN EWING : Electrification strategy aside, how awesome would it be if this shape was the next? It looks like a long, futuristic 911, and from every angle, I'm really impressed. VOTING BREAKDOWN As we've done with our past Editors' Choice lists, each staffer had 25 points to distribute amongst five cars, with no one car receiving more than 10 points. After everything was tallied, here's how the Top Five fell. HONORABLE MENTIONS Here's the full list of cars that didn't quite make the Top Five cut. Cactus M Concept 21 points ( Anyone who didn't vote for this is dead to me! Ewing
Hyundai N 2025 Opel ALEX KIERSTEIN: The styling is polarizing, but you can't please everyone and I like it. I also like the idea of a force-fed roadster built on excellent Miata bones. Whether better than the MX-5 or just different, I can't wait to drive 'em head-to-head. MIKE AUSTIN: The answer is always Miata.


Even when it's a Fiat. BRANDON TURKUS: Ah, the Fiata. Not the best looking car, sure, but cheap, lightweight roadsters are a surefire way to score Autoblog Editors' Choice votes. JEREMY KORZENIEWSKI: No, it's not a Miata. But that doesn't mean it's bad, and I'm betting the sound from its turbo engine will be worth the cost of admission all on its own. PETE BIGELOW: By far and away the star of the show. I don't know if it's better than the Miata, but it at least has people entertaining the possibility there's something better than perfection. I want to hate it, but I like it. GREG MIGLIORE : I was blown away by the design. It's faithful to the original yet has a sassy, contemporary take. When I look back to the 2015 LA Auto Show, this is the car I will remember. As we've done with our past Editors' Choice lists, each staffer had 25 points to distribute amongst five cars, with no one car receiving more than 10 points. After everything was tallied, here's how the Top Five fell. Here's the full list of cars that didn't quite make the Top Five cut. #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-889128{display:none;}. cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-889128, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-889128{width:100%;display:block;} STEVEN EWING: I love when automakers have legitimate surprises for us at auto shows. Leading up to New York, Honda would only tell me it had a "design announcement. " Yeah, you could say that. The surprise of this debut, plus the exciting announcement of the Type R, turbo engines, and return of the hatchback makes this a big winner, for sure.


MIKE AUSTIN: Honda did the impossible. It made a car that is instantly recognizable as a Honda but moved the brand's styling forward in a way that was desperately needed. Hello again, exciting Honda, we missed you. Also, lime green. GREG MIGLIORE: Love the bright lime green paint, and the turbo four-cylinder paired with a six-speed manual has me licking my chops. SHARON CARTY: This was a sweet surprise, and the color hurts so good. ADAM MORATH: The aggressive, angular styling of the concept reinvigorates the mark for its 10th generation. We're so excited about the edgy design and announcement of a 5-door hatchback variant that we're even willing to forgive the bright green color of the concept. SEYTH MIERSMA: Shock, awe, excitement. suspicion. The Civic concept is so good that I can't quite believe it. But the truth is that new Honda production cars have hewn so close to the concepts that came before them, that we should all dare to dream that the tenth-gen Civic will be this good looking. Oh, hey, they're bringing the Type R to the US, and we're getting a five-door hatch again. Full points. As we've done with our past Editors' Choice lists, each staffer had 25 points to distribute amongst five cars, with no one car receiving more than 10 points. After everything was tallied, here's how the Top Five fell. Here's the full list of cars that didn't quite make the Top Five cut. Lyons LM2 Streamliner 1 point (Because it's so odd. And because it didn't show up. ) Related Video: #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-686848{display:none;}. cke_show_borders #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-686848, #postcontentcontainer #fivemin-widget-blogsmith-image-686848{width:100%;display:block;} , Dec. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) announced today that, a leading automotive media platform owned by AOL Inc. , will be the Official Live Webcast Partner for the 2016 NAIAS. As part of Autoblog's onsite NAIAS activities, the editors will announce their Technology of the Year Awards on Monday, January 11 at 3:50 from their stage in the main auto show concourse.


This year, the title will be split into two different awards, with one being given to a vehicle and one to a feature. "Having Autoblog bring these awards from CES to the North American International Auto Show is not only a welcomed addition to our show, but will play a key role in highlighting the cutting-edge vehicles and technologies on display," said, 2016 NAIAS Chairman. "We're proud to have Autoblog recognize the global reach and significance of the NAIAS and we look forward to hearing which companies will win these coveted awards. " In addition to announcing its Technology of the Year awards, Autoblog will have a booth on the main concourse of NAIAS and will be live-streaming press conferences and conducting interviews during the press preview. The booth will feature interactive demos of the latest Autoblog virtual reality content alongside a live set where hosts from the brand's original video series Translogic and The List will anchor live coverage of the press preview.


The video coverage will also include appearances from Autoblog editors and industry executives. "The North American International Auto Show is the biggest automotive stage, and is the obvious choice to present the Autoblog Technology of the Year trophies," said, editor-in-chief of Autoblog. "We spent the entire year combing through the best automotive technology and we're excited to present our awards in front of this global crowd and as part of the new live-stream experience. We plan to make the Autoblog Technology of the Year presentation from NAIAS for years to come. " For further information about the award program, visit:. About the North American International Auto Show Now in its 28th year as an international event, the NAIAS is among the most prestigious auto shows in the world, providing unparalleled access to the automotive products, people and ideas that matter most - up close and in one place. Administered by Executive Director, the NAIAS is one of the largest media events in, and the only auto show in to earn an annual distinguished sanction of the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles, the -based alliance of automotive trade associations and manufacturers from around the world. Follow us on and for highlights and updates. Saturday, January 9, 2016 Press Preview - Monday-Tuesday, January 11-12, 2016 Industry Preview - Wednesday-Thursday, January 13-14, 2016 Friday, January 15, 2016 Public Show - Saturday-Sunday, January 16-24, 2016 Logo - Logo -

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