Whether it's riding in the Porsche Macan for the first time, hunting down a stunning new Lamborghini or marvelling at Jaguar's SUV concept, 2013 has provided some huge thrills for car fans.
Here we've listed the top ten news stories of the year, as decided by your visits to Autocar.co.uk.
Lamborghini's wild new concept car, which was seen for the first time at the Schloss Bensberg Concours d'Elegance in Germany, was created to honour the Italian manufacturer as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations. Lamborghini described the model as being a gift to itself, but confirmed that no person will ever own it. That doesn't stop the Egoista being one of the best-looking concept cars of 2013, though.
A chance to ride in a late-stage prototype of the new Porsche Macan with that manufacturer's development team is too good an opportunity to pass up. With us in the passenger seat, we got to experience first hand just how much of a game-changing machine Porsche's new SUV is. With mountains of both on and off-road ability, coupled with a premium interior, the Macan could well live up to its aim of becoming Porsche's best-selling model.
A new Range Rover is big news, and a new Range Rover Sport is even bigger. The all-new SUV was seen for the first time at the New York motor show, with Land Rover design boss describing the model as "the Porsche 911 of SUVs". The latest Range Rover Sport saves almost half a tonne over the old model, and is offered with either a 288bhp 3.0-litre SDV6 diesel or a 503bhp supercharged 5.0-litre V8 petrol engine.
4. Audi A4
Our full scoop of the next-generation Audi A4, due in 2015, reveals a car which aims to take the premium saloon fight directly to the door of the BMW 3-series. The next A4 will be offered with both petrol-electric and diesel-electric hybrid powertrains, and will feature four-wheel drive, and eight-speed automatic gearbox and an electric-only range of 31 miles.
5. 2014 Mini
The all-new 2014 Mini hatchback has only been with us a few weeks, but such is the hype for the new car that it's already become one of the biggest stories of the year. The third-generation hatchback was revealed at Mini's Oxford plant, before being seen at both the LA and Tokyo motor shows. The new Mini brings with it an updated style, plenty of new safety tech and a new range of efficient three-cylinder engines.