In the winning commercial, two hamsters are shown driving Kia Motors’ Soul, a funky urban passenger vehicle, to the beat of a catchy hip-hop song “The Choice is Yours” by Black Sheep.
Female motoring writers from around the globe made their choices for the 2011 winner and the voting was so close that both the BMW 5 Series and Citroen DS3 tied for the top spot.
For the record, Ford was entwined with Magna last year for a special display, while GM engineers could barely answer questions. I know; I was there. This year is different, though.
The Bugati Veyron (shown above) is one of the world's fastest, most expensive and best powered vehicles.
The Kia Naimo concept, in fact, gets its name from the Korean word "Ne-mo" (pronounced "neh-mo"), which is Korean for "square shape." Intended as a compact crossover utility (CUV), the B-segment Na
The Kia Rio, the smallest model in the Korean automaker’s lineup, received a facelift that will help it fit in with the company’s new and reworked model range.
With Super Bowl commercials coming out left and right, Kia, the creator of those lovable hamsters, has entered the party.
Ford received awards in several categories, including: Overall Loyalty to Manufacturer; Overall Loyalty to Make; Ethnic Market Make – African-American; and Mid/Full-Size Pickup for its F-Series tru