The 2019 Car of the Year shortlist has been announced, with 7 out of 38 eligible contenders being shortlisted for the coveted European prize.
In alphabetical order they are as follows: the Alpine A110 sports coupé, Citroën C5 Aircross SUV, Ford’s Focus family hatchback, the Jaguar i-Pace battery-electric SUV, Kia’s Ceed family hatchback, Mercedes-Benz’s A-class family hatchback and Peugeot’s 508 executive hatchback.
After a first vote of the 60 jury members from throughout Europe, there are a couple of surprises in there.
Cambria Automobiles (LON:CAMB) was established in 2006 and has built a balanced portfolio of high luxury, premium and volume car dealerships, comprising over 40 franchises representing major brands across the UK. The Group’s businesses are autonomous and trade under local brand names, including County Motor Works, Dees, Doves, Grange, Invicta, Motorparks and Pure Triumph.