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From 24 contenders, seven standouts rose to the top.
Complex classicism at its finest.
Back in 2011, we called the controversial and powerful auto exec one of the greatest visionaries of his time.
A sampling of images from the concours and our All-Stars ceremony.
When the dust settled, these seven models transcended the rest.
This year’s crop of 24 vehicles was maybe the best we’ve ever assembled.
From Willow Springs to Lake Hughes, our new All-Star locales were just right.
What else is new?
Putting the LC into GT
Monstrously quick, monstrously rewarding, monstrously easy
Looking back at the 2018 All-Stars competiton
What a ride
From a top-flight crop of candidates, six emerge as 2017’s elite
Not all of our contenders went home winners, but they’re all special in their own right
All the cars are stars
Go big before you go home
Meet the 23 new cars vying for our annual award
Simple. Safe. Sexy. Volvo has come up with a truly superior traditional luxury sedan
The man behind Volvo’s new design direction shares his vision
From a field of this year’s most compelling new cars, we pick the seven that most closely match our ethos
25 of the year’s top vehicles set out to claim our No. 1 award. Here’s a look at the rest of the field
A taste of how we pick the star cars
We pick 10 winners from the best new cars in America.
A distinguished distillation of all they know in Stuttgart.
Which cars will triumph?
Visionary collector pushes to advance automotive design.
Carbon-fiber reinforced plastic has huge implications.
We drive our favorite cars in America across America.
We loved it as a concept, we love it more as a product.
The chief engineer who got the Corvette right.
Our favorite new vehicles for 2014.
Not redesigned, reborn.
Every AOY winner over the years.
The Nissan DeltaWing is Automobile Magazine’s slam-dunk Racing Car of the Year.
Perfection & pleasure.
Eleven winners, seven stories, three continents.
The closer you get the better it looks.
Kia’s design chief has sparked a radical transformation.
A dream realized.
The 2012 All Stars are our answers to the question: What’s the best car?
Turbocharging, direct injection, and variable valve timing: the new holy grail of low emissions and high fuel economy, small displacement and big performance.