BMW Vision EfficientDynamics Takes First Place in autoevolution Concept Car Poll

BMW managed to snatch away another first place in our latest poll concerning the prototypes shown at the IAA 2009 with the most chances of making it to production. There is a risk that some users misunderstood our original question, which sounded like this “Which concept showed at the IAA 2009 has the most chances of making it to production?” and transformed it into “Which is the concept you liked the most at the IAA 2009”, but that is a whole different story.

The Vision EfficientDynamics attracted 21% of our users' votes, thus being the concept with the most chances of making it to production. Just like the poll with the European Car of the Year, Mercedes-Benz took second place with their Vision S 500 Plug-in Hybrid, scoring some 11 percent.

Audi's e-tron won third place with 8 percent of the votes, but paradoxically has also been confirmed by the Germans as making it to production. In conclusion, while it only got third place, the e-tron is actually the winner.

With two percent less, the Mini Coupe took a respectable position in our Frankfurt prototype poll.

The Japanese managed to get noticed as well with the Toyota Auris HSD Full Hybrid and Prius Plug-In Hybrid, 5% and 4%, respectively. Also with 5% stood Volkswagen's E-Up Concept. Speaking of Volkswagen, the two-seater L1 prototype got a decent 3 percent, a figure also shared by the Trabant nT, Renault Fluence, Mazda MX-5 Superlight and Hyundai ix Metro.

Also worth mentioning are Lexus's LF-Ch and Citroen's Revolte with 5% and 4% percent.

If you are a poll fan and want to express your opinion in any possible matter, be sure to check out our homepage (left side, after a bit of scrolling down) for the latest debate. This time, we take a stroll through the supercar world.
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