Last year’s winner was the Lotus Elise, but what will you vote for this year?
8 February 2017

We've named the top 39 cars that changed the world. They range from the Ford Model T to Ferrari F40 to Porsche 911 Turbo. For a full list of the cars, click here.

Now, we want your help in choosing your absolute favourites. The winner, according to your votes, will get the ultimate acclaim: winning the Readers’ Champion Award at this year’s Autocar Awards.

The identity of the winning car will be revealed at the Autocar Awards ceremony at the Silverstone Wing complex on 23 May, with all the champions appearing on our website at the same time.

Last year, the award was given to the Lotus Elise, which was by far the runaway winner according to Autocar readers.

Vote for your favourite below.

Our Verdict

Lotus Elise

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