Best Off-Road Ability: 2010 Ford F-150 Raptor
The Ford F-150 Raptor is the most extreme high-speed 4x4 pickup ever produced. It looks simply ferocious with its swollen flanks, aggressive stance, visibly rugged suspension pieces1 and thumping 35-inch-tall BF Goodrich off-road tires. Click For More.
Best Fuel Efficiency: 2010 Toyota Prius
Few cars define efficient travel like the Toyota Prius. And the Prius has been the mpg leader — a title it has earned yet again with its 2010 model. Click For More.
Lexus Remote Touch System Wins Technical Innovation Award
This haptic system works just like a computer mouse: You guide an arrow on the car's main screen and click a button at the controller's base with your thumb to make a selection. Click For More.
Most Fun to Drive: 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe
Hyundai's new Genesis Coupe returns rear-wheel-drive handling dynamics to budget-minded enthusiasts. Sporty cars in this price range are usually hot-rod versions of front-wheel-drive econoboxes. However, Hyundai adapted the rear-drive Genesis platform for this alluring driver's car. Click For More.
Best Workhorse Vehicle: 2010 Ford Transit Connect
For generations, the default vehicle for plumbers, contractors and delivery drivers has been the full-size van. The pressures of the economy, ever-increasing urban congestion and the fluctuating price of gasoline could move them to smaller rigs like the Transit Connect. Click For More.