The shortlist for the 2015 Car of the Year Award has been revealed, with the overall winner set to be announced at the Geneva motor show in March.
The seven-strong list has been produced following the announcement of 31 nominees. The process has so far eliminated models including Audi's new TT, the Smart Fortwo and Porsche Macan from the competition.
A jury of 58 members from 22 European countries will now vote on which car to crown as Car of the Year. For 2015, the judging panel includes Autocar's Matt Prior. This year, judges awarded the Peugeot 308 the top title.
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