2017 North American Car of the Year Finalist: Chevrolet Bolt
Chevrolet's Bolt EV has beat Tesla's Model 3 to market as the industry's first long-range affordable EV. The versatile five-door hatchback has loads of interior space and is surprisingly entertaining to drive, too.
2017 North American Car of the Year Finalist: Genesis G90
As the flagship of Hyundai's newly created Genesis luxury brand, the G90 will take on competitors like the Lexus LS and Mercedes-Benz S-Class with a high feature count and a low price.
2017 North American Car of the Year Finalist: Volvo S90
Volvo's S90 combines a sleek Swedish aesthetic with industry-first advanced safety tech and a novel supercharged and turbocharged powertrain. A plug-in hybrid model is on the way, too.
2017 North American Truck of the Year Finalist: Ford F-Series Super Duty
Ford's new F-Series Super Duty brings the first aluminum skin to the heavy-duty truck segment, along with a host of other innovations.
2017 North American Truck of the Year Finalist: Honda Ridgeline
Honda's second-generation Ridgeline returns with class-leading ride and handling refinement, plus clever touches like in-bed audio for tailgating and a large trunk that doubles as a cooler.
2017 North American Truck of the Year Finalist: Nissan Titan
The Titan is back to contend in the full-size truck market, and this time, Nissan's brought a much fuller range of models to contend against segment stalwarts like the Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado. They're a lot more polished, too.
2017 North American Utility of the Year Finalist: Chrysler Pacifica
Chrysler's Pacifica offers the minivan segment's most up-to-date advanced driver-assist safety features, lots of cool interior tech, and the industry's first plug-in hybrid powertrain in a minivan.
2017 North American Utility of the Year Finalist: Jaguar F-Pace
Jaguar's F-Pace stuns with its dynamic styling and athletic all-around performance. Chief rivals include the Porsche Macan and Audi Q5.
2017 North American Utility of the Year Finalist: Mazda CX-9
The CX-9 offers Mazda's richest -- and biggest -- interior yet, matched with spirited handling and driver feedback previously unseen in the full-size crossover SUV segment.