The Geneva International Motor Show is arguably the most important car event of the year. In addition to new model debuts, the Car of the Year is selected. This year marks the 54th year of the honor.

The announcement will be made Monday, March 6 at 3 p.m. local time in Switzerland.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia (above), Citroën C3, Mercedes E-Class, Nissan Micra, Peugeot 3008, Toyota C-HR and Volvo S90/V90 are finalists for Car of the Year.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia (above), Citroën C3, Mercedes E-Class, Nissan Micra, Peugeot 3008, Toyota C-HR and Volvo S90/V90 are finalists for Car of the Year at the Geneva International Motor Show.

Among 29 original candidates, seven finalists were selected last November after a week of testing in Denmark.

The finalists for the sixth Car of the Year celebration during the Geneva International Motor Show include: Alfa Romeo Giulia, Citroën C3, Mercedes E-Class, Nissan Micra, Peugeot 3008, Toyota C-HR and Volvo S90/V90.

The finalists were tested again in Denmark.

The Car of the Year honor is organized by seven of the largest automotive magazines in Europe: Auto Italia, Autocar (UK), Autopista (Spain), Autovisie (Holland), L’Automobile (France), Stern (Germany), and Vi Bilägare (Sweden).

The publications combined include in 58 journalists involved in the selection

While the ceremony is reserved for accredited journalists but can be followed by the general public online at the websites www.gims.swiss and www.caroftheyear.org.

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