Congratulations Volvo for winning yet another award! The XC40 recently has been crowned the 2018 Woman's World Car of the year.
Other finalists were: BMW X2, Jaguar E-Pace and I-Pace, Porsche Cayenne, Peugeot 508. But in the end the 34 women motoring journalists from 27 countries have voted in favor of the little Swede.
The judging criteria are quite simple: judges have been asked to vote according to the criteria women utilise when buying a car (according to...statistics, I guess?). Thus safety, value-for-money, aesthetic appearance, storage space, child–friendliness, ease-of-driving, colour, sex appeal and environmental footprint are all categories the judges were analysing.
Have the judges chosen the right car?
Do you think the idea of a woman's car is still timely in our century?
I would be especially interested what the women of Drivetribe think about this!
Source: Woman's World Car of the Year