World Car of the Year 2020 – Kia Telluride
2019 – Jaguar I-Pace
2018 – Volvo XC40
2017 World Car of The Year, was presented to Jaguar F-Pace. 2017 World Car of Year and World Car Design of the Year titles were awarded to Jaguar F Pace SUV model. In the 13 year history of the WCA Jaguar F Pace is the second model to claim the historic double titles. It was voted by 75 expert motoring journalists from 24 countries. And it is the first SUV to claim the title at the world level motor show.
2021 World Car Finals.
Top Three In The World Finalists Announced.
World Car of the Year
World Urban Car
Honda Jazz / Fit
World Luxury Car
Land Rover Defender
World Performance Car
Audi RS Q8
Porsche 911 Turbo
Toyota GR Yaris
World Car Design of the Year
Land Rover Defender
As per the theglobeandmail.com following content says
“All three contenders for the World Car title were SUVs. Jaguar beat the Audi Q5 and Volkswagen Tiguan for the overall title. Not all contenders have to be sold in Canada or America, but all are sold on at least two continents. The F-Pace is an exceptional vehicle, and deserves both its awards. It was at the top of my ballot, although it’s too early to know if Jaguar’s bugbear of reliability has been put to rest. Before the launch, Jaguar was criticized for being late to market with its compact SUV – almost all other automakers had released vehicles into that highly competitive segment. The launch of the F-Pace gave Jaguar a huge boost in Canada, and this year, sales for the company have already tripled.”
In 2016, The XE sports saloon was a finalist at the WC Design of the Year 2016. F-Pace came over the top contenders like Audi Q5 and Volkswagen Tiguan to claim the 2017 the award. Therefore the British make F-Pace lead the show ahead of Mercedes-Benz S-Class Cabriolet and Toyota C-HR in the final three.
More over, the Jaguar F-Pace is powered with four-cylinder 2.0-litre Ingenium diesel. Additionally, its CO2 emission is as low as 126g/km* to the high-performance 380PS. Supercharged V6 petrol model that can accelerate from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just 5.5 seconds.