Are the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG's gullwing doors just giant bunny ears? – Click above for high-res image gallery

We all know the story, and we've all used the line: we read Playboy for the articles. Somehow no one ever takes us seriously, but the fact of the matter is that Playboy is a men's magazine with a wide readership and articles focusing on everything guys want to read about: sex, sports, politics and yes, even cars.

While you might think that with so many Bunnies hopping around the Mansion, the Volkswagen Rabbit would be the car of choice for Heff and company, they've actually put together their own comprehensive best-of selections again for 2011. The winner of the coveted Playboy Car of the Year? None other than the 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG seen above. You can check out the other award winners by clicking through the perfectly-safe-for-work gallery below. Think they've chosen wisely? Share your thoughts in our Comments section.


Car of the Year: Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
  • Car of the Year: Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
  • Playboy's 2011 Car of the Year: Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG

  • Best Hybrid: Honda CR-Z
  • Playboy's Cars of the Year 2011
    Best Hybrid: Honda CR-Z

  • Best Convertible: Porsche Boxster Spyder
  • Playboy's Cars of the Year 2011

    Best Convertible: Porsche Boxster Spyder

  • Best Sports Coupe: Cadillac CTS-V
  • Playboy's Cars of the Year 2011

    Best Sports Coupe: Cadillac CTS-V

  • Best Bang for the Buck: Mazda 2
  • Playboy's Cars of the Year 2011

    Best Bang for the Buck: Mazda 2

  • Best Sports Sedan: Aston Martin Rapide
  • Playboy's Cars of the Year 2011

    Best Sports Sedan: Aston Martin Rapide

  • Best SUV: Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Playboy's Cars of the Year 2011

    Best SUV: Jeep Grand Cherokee

  • Most Likely to Succeed: Hyundai Equus
  • Playboy's Cars of the Year 2011

    Most Likely to Succeed: Hyundai Equus

  • Best Plug-In: Chevrolet Volt
  • Playboy's Cars of the Year 2011

    Best Plug-In: Chevrolet Volt


[Source: Playboy]


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