During an award ceremony at St. Regis Marsa Arabia Island, The Pearl Qatar
Maqina Middle East has revealed the winners of the 2022 “Qatar Car Of The Year” (QCOTY) awards, one of the most sought-after honors given in the automotive industry in Qatar, celebrating the top SUVs, crossovers, sedans, and sports cars produced for 2022.
Maqina Middle East announced the winners of the 2022 “Qatar Car Of The Year” (QCOTY) awards during an award ceremony that took place on December 21 at St. Regis Marsa Arabia Island, The Pearl Qatar—a gala eventfeaturing an audience of motoring journalists, industry insiders, and car dealers.
Now in its fourth edition, “Qatar Car Of The Year” (QCOTY) is one of the most prestigious automotive accolades in the country. Every year, the Maqina Middle East team evaluates, tests, and selects the most aesthetically exciting, technically advanced, and powerful cars in almost all car categories: from sedans and sports cars through to SUVs and crossovers.
Maqina Middle East granted this year’s awards in sixteen categories, and they rigorously tested and evaluated the cars against four key criteria: overall design, performance, safety, and technological advancements. The aim being to choose and celebrate the best cars in each segment.
Commenting on the prestigious awards, Tarek Hawchar, Founder and Managing Director of Maqina Middle East, said: “Since 2019, Maqina Middle East’s expert team assessed some of the most gorgeous and amazing cars on a specified range of criteria spanning styling, performance, active and passive safety, and innovative technology. There is no doubt that every car achieving a QCOTY is a deserving winner, and the award proves just how good the car is.”
“While this year has been challenging for everyone, car buyers are still eager to experience all the stunning new technology and vehicles on the market. That’s exactly what makes the QCOTY awards so prestigious—a chance to both celebrate the world’s best cars and find out which are truly the best of the best. Congratulations again to the winning cars,” Mr. Hawchar added.