The jury of Women's World Car of the Year, which comprises women
motoring writers from 12 countries, has completed the voting
process to announce their choices for the best cars of
There are four categories in the awards structure. Judges
award points for every car from a voting criteria and the car
receiving the highest number of points wins that category.
The car receiving the highest number of points overall wins both
the category and the supreme award.
The results for 2012 are:
1st - BMW 3-series
2nd - Audi Q3
3rd - Ford Focus
1st - Range Rover Evoque
2nd - Jaguar XJ
3rd - Audi A6
1st - Porsche 911
2nd - Jaguar XKR
3rd - Mercedes Benz SLK
1st - Honda Civic
2nd - VW Up!
3rd - Ford Fiesta
The supreme winner of the Women's World Car of the Year
Range Rover Evoque
2nd place - BMW 3-series
3rd place Audi Q3
The voting procedures were audited by international accountancy
company, Grant Thornton. Director, Paul McCormick, says
it was a close-run race but there were some clear leaders in each
category as votes arrived.
"The results for second and third, however, changed back and
forth and with each addition of votes the differing opinions from
the judges changed the results with every entry."
The supreme award trophy will this year be made in The
Netherlands. That, and category-winner certificates, will be
presented at the Mondial de l'Automobile - The Paris Motor Show -
in late September.