|Kia MD Ronan Flood accepts the overall award for the Kia e-Soul from Bob Flavin and Tony Conlon of the Irish Car of the Year Committee, and Tom Dennigan of Continental Ireland.|
In the final vote tonight by members of the Irish Car of the Year Jury, it was the overall pick from the category winners. The e-Soul also won the Compact Car and Green Car categories.
The other category winners were the Toyota Corolla (Medium Car), the Peugeot 508 (Large Car), the VW T-Cross (Compact SUV), the Audi Q3 (Medium SUV), the SEAT Tarraco (Large SUV), the Alfa Romeo Stelvio (Performance Luxury Car), the Ford Focus ST (Hot Hatchback), and the Peugeot Rifter (MPV).
A special award for PR Person of the Year was made to Anne O'Leary of Ford Ireland.
The awards were announced and presented at a function in the Westin Hotel on College Green.
They were presented by the joint chairs of the Irish Car of the Year Committee Tony Conlon and Bob Flavin, with Tom Dennigan of Continental Tyres Ireland.
|Aidan Doyle accepts the e-Soul Green Car award. It also won the Compact Car category.|
|Des Cannon of Peugeot Ireland accepts the 508 award.|
|Emma Toner of Peugeot Ireland accepts the Rifter award.|
|Deirdre Schwer of Audi Ireland accepts the Q3 award.|
|Ciaran McMahon, MD of Ford Ireland, accepts the special PR award for Anne O'Leary of Ford Ireland. He also accepted the Focus ST award.|
|Colin Griffin of Alfa Romeo Ireland accepts the Stelvio QV award.|
|Niall Phillips of SEAT Ireland accepts the Tarraco award.|
|Paddy Comyn of Volkswagen Ireland accepts the T-Cross award.|
|Zoe Bradley of Toyota Ireland accepts the Corolla award.|