There were 31 eligible vehicles this year, and WardsAuto editors evaluated them in February and March in metro Detroit, scoring the nominees on aesthetics, material selection, ergonomics, safety, value, comfort, fit-and-finish, noise attenuation...
It takes 130 hours to build Bentley’s new SUV – much of it by hand – and six of those hours are spent crafting and stitching the steering wheel. At $278,730, it truly defines the term, “pretty penny.”
WardsAuto editors raved over a design achievement combining sportiness with Italian flair and a rethinking of the central infotainment screen.
Yes, we enjoy mixing it up from time to time, when we recognize great strides on behalf of less-familiar brands, particularly Alfa Romeo, Bentley and Maserati, and those upscale brands we’ve known for years, namely Buick, Lexus and Lincoln.
WardsAuto editors met recently with designers and engineers from several automakers to discuss their interiors being reviewed as part of the 2017 Wards 10 Best Interiors competition.
WardsAuto editors spent February and March combing through 31 eligible vehicles in selecting the 2017 Wards 10 Best Interiors. Winners will receive their trophies at a May 9 ceremony during the WardsAuto Interiors Conference in Detroit.