2021 AutoLooks A+ Award winner is........
This years winner is no stranger to our list as they have won a few times before. Setting a benchmark for the industry with their game changing designs, Lamborghini has done it again with this years A+ Winner the 2021 Lamborghini Sian. Yes, for 2021 model year Lamborghini has set the benchmark in automotive design with their game changing supercapacitor assisted Sian hypercar.
Not only did Lamborghini push the envelope of automotive design for the 2020's, but they added a new form of hybrid power to the hypercar ring. Sure, supercapacitors are not used as much as pure electric power, but they still added that much required extra source of power to this game changing car.
2021 model year didn't stop there as we did have a few other surprises up our sleeve, as we welcomed two (2) trucks, one (1) CUV and a transport to our list. Making 2020 a year not only about supercars, but about the rise of the truck marketplace.
With entries from both Nikola and Fisker, our list this year wasn't only filled with supercars, but with the addition of a CUV and Truck, both of which reside on the green side of the automotive spectrum. This helps show the world, that the green automotive marketplace can not only change the world, but can also help change the world of automotive design.
With seven (7) of our finalist being from the green side of the tracks, 2020 has become the greenest A+ winners circle on record. This could a sign of changes coming for the 2020's, as countries around the globe look to reduce their carbon footprint. But again this is double-edge sword, as some of our more famous models will soon be out of a job as the world of I.C.E. power sources dwindles over the coming years.
In the end 2020 was a great year for automotive design with our finalist hitting new records in automotive design. Overall we look forward to what 2021 (2022 model year) has in store for us as we anticipate a better looking, greener future.
A+ Awards: Fourteen (14) models made the list with an overall score of 78.71%
AutoLooks "RATED" is where we rate and review vehicles from around the world from every segment of the automotive industry. Our 1,215 point system is based on Four (4) key areas of automotive design.