TodayNovember 28, 2021

Women’s World Car of the Year 2021 category winners

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year 2021 category winners

Forty-two women in 34 countries voted for the Women’s World Car of the Year 2021 category winners. In some countries, this will be the only time these women have voted for anything in their entire life especially if they are women.

Each woman was allowed to vote only if they had driven the vehicle. In the middle of a global pandemic, each woman made it her mission to vote for as many cars as possible, knowing the importance of the vote to her country and the jury as a whole.

While each of these vehicles won in their category, one more round of voting remains. Jurors will now choose the 2021 Women’s World Car of the Year Best car from among the nine category winners. The results will be announced on March 8, International Women’s Day.

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year Category Winners

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year Urban car

Peugeot 208

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year Family car

Skoda Octavia

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year Luxury car

Lexus LC500 Cabrio

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year Sports Car

Ferrari F8 Spider

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year URBAN SUV

Peugeot 2008

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year MEDIUM SUV

Land Rover Defender

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year LARGE SUV

Kia Sorento

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year 4X4 & Pickup

Ford F-150

2021 Women’s World Car of the Year Electric Vehicle (EV)

Honda e

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Nicole Wakelin

Nicole hails from Nashua, New Hampshire, about an hour’s drive north of Boston, Massachusetts. She has lived there most of her life and firmly calls it home. She began writing about cars after covering pop culture, not that the two are directly connected. Nicole is a member of the Women's World Car of the Year (WWCOTY), and North American Car of the Year (NACTOY). Nicole is a member of numerous automotive press groups including the New England Motor Press of which she is a former Vice President. She is also a member of the International Motor Press Association and the Texas Autowriters Association.

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