The 2014 edition of wheels Car of the Year saw all the big names in the regional car industry coming together to celebrate last year’s best cars
So, how do we pick the winners of wheels CotY Awards, and which cars are eligible? Amit Benjamin explains
With its muscular looks, glorious sounding V6 and superb dynamics, the Maserati Ghibli brings a touch of exoticism to a generally dreary segment.
These hot hatches sure know how to deliver the goods, but one had the right to claim our coveted title
The compact segment is littered with choice but picking a winner was a relatively straight forward decision
With the new 6, Mazda has redefined a segment that was never known for cars that are good looking or fun to drive
After years of staying at the top as a benchmark for luxury motoring, Mercedes-Benz has managed to set even higher standards with its new S-Class
It’s arguably the most important segment in the world right now and with so many CUVs to choose from, finding a winner proved to be a tough task
The Maserati Ghibli’s statistics aren’t as impressive as its rivals', but numbers don't always a good car make
The new X5 and the Cayenne Turbo S are superb SUVs, but as an overall package offering the best off-road ability, comfort and prestige, the Range Rover Sport is the leader of the pack
Taking the top off is the easy bit, but which of these offers the best driving fun?
Not since the Bugatti Veyron has a car awed as much as our favourite supercar of 2014
Exceptional performance, superlative price and remarkable continent-crushing abilities, but one of these grand tourers is grander than the other
Two days with a bunch of the best cars from last year would sound like a lot of fun. Indeed it is, but a lot of hard work has also gone into the making of CotY 2014.
The ‘made in China’ tag has a way of making people scrunch up their noses in disapproval. That doesn’t apply to this impressive SUV