For 2016, we've split the award into two categories, one honoring a specific technology and the other going to a tech-filled car. Find out who won.
Each year, Autoblog's panel of judges evaluates all of the latest and greatest technologies in the automotive space. And now we're excited to announce our finalists for the 2016 Technology of the Year award.
Last year, the BMW i8 took top honors for being a complete car that housed several forward-thinking new technologies. With that in mind, we're doing things a little different this year. Rather than issuing one award, we're splitting the honor into two categories: individual technology and complete car.
In order to be eligible for the award, the technology or car must be on sale or available to consumers by January 1, 2016. The winners will be announced on Tuesday, January 12, 2016, during a press conference at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Without further ado, here are the finalists for the 2016 Autoblog Technology of the Year award.Technology Of The Year Finalists
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Here are the finalists for Autoblog's 2016 Technology of the Year award. Autoblog's Chris McGraw reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute, with commentary from Autoblog executive producer Adam Morath, AutoblogGreen editor-in-chief Sebastian Blanco, and Autoblog senior editor Alex Kierstein.