These cars were chosen after editors completed score sheets for each one based on materials, ergonomics, safety, the human-machine interface, comfort, fit-and-finish, overall value and aesthetics. “Auto makers are so focused on the smallest details that it’s hard to find a bad interior these days. Still, some are better than others, and we’re recognizing the best of the best,” says Ward’s AutoWorld Editor-in-Chief Drew Winter.
I would like to congratulate the Hyundai-Kia group for having 2 entries in the list, namely the Elantra and Optima. I’ve sampled the Optima cockpit myself and the build quality does feel substantial. The Elantra has just arrived in Singapore and readers have an opportunity to see this award-winning cockpit for real.
The top 10 winners for 2011 in alphabetical order are as follow:
Jeep Grand Cherokee