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Volkswagen Polo is the Car of the Year in 2010

in All, Auto
by Dan
April 1, 2010 at 4:20 pm

VW Polo is the first model in the world that managed to win both the World Car of the Year title, and the Car of the Year in Europe.

Volkswagen Polo was awarded with the title World Car of the Year 2010 being the first model that won Car of the Year both in Europe and World Car of the Year that same year.

The small model segment of the brand in Wolfsburg fought with rivals such as Toyota Prius, Mercedes-Benz E-Class for title.

The car model with the best design of 2010 is the Chevrolet Camaro.

Winner “in the World Car of the Year” was announced at the Auto Show in New York. This competition has a jury of 48 automotive journalists from 22 countries.

To be taken into consideration, a model must be sold in at least five countries on at least two continents before January 1 of the year in which they compete.

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