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Awards to be given across 19 categories in the two and four-wheeler segments; includes Viewer’s Choice Award in the car and bike segment

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | December 2, 2013

Bloomberg TV India and Autocar India will present the Bloomberg TV India Autocar India Awards 2013-14 on December 20, 2013 in Mumbai. The awards will salute achievers from the automotive sector.

Amrit Rai, Business Head, Bloomberg TV India, said, “The Bloomberg TV India Autocar India Awards have become the benchmark of performance for the industry and with each passing year the bar has been raised by the players. We expect the 2013-14 awards to be a keenly fought battle across all categories and wish all nominees the very best.”

Hormazd Sorabjee, Editor, Autocar India magazine, said, "These awards have unmatched credibility thanks to an exhaustive evaluation process and a jury that is the best in the business. Consumers can rely on these awards to make an informed car buying decision."

The Bloomberg TV India Autocar India Awards 2013-14 will be given across 19 categories to the best and the most deserving contributors to the auto industry. The categories are: Car of the Year; Bike of the Year; Viewer’s Choice Car of the Year; Viewer’s Choice Bike of the Year; Best Design and Styling; Best Variant of the Year; Manufacturer of the Year;  Technology and Innovation Award; Best Driver’s Car; Best Value for Money; Performance Car of the Year; Saloon Car of the Year; Compact Luxury Car of the Year; SUV of the Year; Premium SUV of the Year; MPV of the year; Engine of the Year; Premium Bike of the Year; Import Bike of the Year.

The jury comprises Hormazd Sorabjee (Editor - Autocar India); Renuka Kirpalani (Editor - Autocar show); Shapur Kotwal (Deputy Editor - Autocar India & Editor - What Car? India); Narain Karthikeyan (India’s first F1 driver); Kartikeya Singhee (Consultant Editor - Autocar Show); Manvendra Singh (automotive historian & restorer); Rishad Cooper (Two-wheeler Editor - Autocar India); and CS Santosh (Motocross Rider).

The entire methodology and process is validated by knowledge partners KPMG.

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