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And The Winner Of The "Favorite Car Of 2011" Contest Is...

Click the link to find out if you'll be receiving some awesome Hoonigan stickers in the mail.

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    Your choice is...
    <p>We also tallied up all the votes cast to see if there was a consensus as to which car should be crowned the <em>0-60</em> Readers' Choice Car of 2011, and we'll be damned if it didn't come up as a tie. Click through to see the two winners, along with the runners-up...
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    Winner, 0-60 Readers' Choice Car Of 2011 (tie):
    Lamborghini LP 700-4 Aventador
  • 2012-nissan-gt-r
    Winner, 0-60 Readers' Choice Car Of 2011 (tie):
    Nissan GT-R
  • new-ferrari 458 spider 4
    Runner-up, 0-60 Readers' Choice Car Of 2011 (tie):
    Ferrari 458 Spider
  • 2012 Ford Mustang Boss
    Runner-up, 0-60 Readers' Choice Car Of 2011 (tie):
    Ford Mustang Boss 302 and Boss 302 Laguna Seca
  • new-koenigsegg-agera-r-front
    Runner-up, 0-60 Readers' Choice Car Of 2011 (tie):
    Koenigsegg Agera R
  • Porsche-911-GT3-RS-4litre-new
    Runner-up, 0-60 Readers' Choice Car Of 2011 (tie):
    Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0

We had an excellent turnout for our Favorite Car Of 2011 contest, but there can be only one winner of the Hoonigan sticker package. The winner was selected completely at random, but we’ve also included his (or her!) answer below.

Ladies and gentlemen, our winner is Mr. Brandon, who chose to keep his last name to himself, but who provided this poetic explanation for why the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe was his favorite car of the year:

It’s the pinnacle of what it means to be a Cadillac; extremely well done personal transport, with style and flair. The sedan is less brash, the wagon too practical and civil-minded; the coupe is pure excess, and everything Cadillac should be, and more. Sit in one with the Recaros; tell me that’s not contemporary excess, as defined by the generation observing it, and show me a way to move up that doesn’t come with umbrellas in the doors. It’s fast, it has presence, and it just feels good. That’s a Cadillac, that’s the Standard of The World.

Well stated enough, we’re willing to overlook the fact that the CTS-V Coupe debuted in 2010. Congratulations, Brandon. We’ll be in touch shortly to send you your Hoonigan swag—just promise us you’ll send us a picture when you slap one of the stickers on your car.

  • edward says:
    January 5, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    I couldn't have put it better myself. I like the new Cadillac sedan and coupe. Would love to get my hands on one of them.

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