The nominees for the 2021-2022 Car of the Year Japan awards have been named, with 29 cars vying for the top prize. The nominated vehicles are passenger cars that were announced or launched in the country between November 1, 2020 and October 31, 2021.
The 2021-2022 nominees are the:
Audi A3Audi e-tronAudi Q5/Q5 SportbackBMW 4 Series Coupe/Cabriolet/Gran Coupe/M4 CoupeCadillac CT5Cadillac XT4Cadillac EscaladeChevrolet CorvetteDS7 CrossbackHonda N-OneHonda Vezel (HR-V)Honda CivicMazda MX-30 EVMitsubishi Outlander PHEVMitsubishi Eclipse Cross PHEVMercedes-Benz C-ClassMercedes-Benz S-ClassNissan Note/Note Aura/Note Aura Nismo/Note Autech CrossoverPeugeot 3008Suzuki Solio/Solio BanditSuzuki Wagon R SmileToyota GR 86/Subaru BRZToyota MiraiToyota Aqua (Prius c)Toyota Corolla CrossToyota Land CruiserVolkswagen Arteon Shooting BrakeVolkswagen Golf/Golf Variant
A 60-member judging panel will shortlist the nominees to just 10 cars in the next stage of the awards, before an overall winner is decided together with recipients of a few special awards. The Subaru Levorg was the winner of the previous edition of the awards. Which car do you think will take the crown this time?
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