From the beginning, choosing the AUTOMOBILE All-Stars has been about cutting through the PR BS, the hype, and the noise in search of a group of cars with class, importance, and desirability.
That will never change.
We have tinkered with the format this year, however. From now on, All-Stars will be the only star cars, they’re our Automobiles of the Year. We’re also now picking only from new cars, so no more repeat winners. But we’ll continue to keep it simple. No complicated criteria, no price caps, no categories.
We drive them. We argue about them. We choose them. Done.
Click the links below to read about each of our 2015 AUTOMOBILE All-Star winners.
The 2015 AUTOMOBILE All-Stars
Alfa Romeo 4C
Unapologetic, unfettered, unfiltered
The future, here now.
BMW 2 Series
Where fun lives.
Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
Its logic will escape the masses — and that’s just fine with us.
Reborn at 50.
Perhaps the world’s most aptly named car.
A breakthrough Lamborghini.
A Mercedes, at last.
Subaru WRX/WRX STI
It’s not too soon to call it an automotive icon.
Volkswagen Golf GTI
The same, only better.
Behind the Scenes at AUTOMOBILE‘s 2015 All-Star Week
Strap in and take an inside look at our week spent stomping throttles, squealing tires, and jawing with one another over our favorite cars of 2015.
The full list of all the cars we considered this year.
Read about the 2015 AUTOMOBILE All-Stars:
- Alfa Romeo 4C
- BMW i8
- BMW 2 Series
- Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
- Ford Mustang
- Honda Fit
- Lamborghini Huracán
- Mercedes-Benz C-Class
- Subaru WRX/WRX STI
- Volkswagen Golf GTI