The Ledorga organization, which annually chooses a year's car for homosexuals in Europe, is called another winner: 2019 becomes the alp A110 coupe honorary name.
Representatives of non-traditional sexual orientation feel free in Europe: here are the parades, beaches and beauty contests, and even "cars for gays" are selected annually. Since 2005, Europe's gay ticket competition has been held by the French organization Ledorga, which organizes cars and club meetings on vintage cars for homosexuals in Europe. This organization strongly emphasizes its democratic character, low prices for participation in events and openness. So, "cars for homosexuals" are not chosen by experts, journalists and any celebrities, but by simple homosexuals belonging to the organization: the winning car is determined by the majority of the casts thrown for it in the public test of will. Full car dealerships (non-restored models) entering the European market from January 1 to December 31 of the calendar year may participate. Body type and car class does not matter, only commercial vehicles must not compete.
So this year, the majority of the votes went to the French rear wheel Alpine A110 engine coupe, equipped with a 252-horsepower gasoline "turbo four" and 7-stage "robot" with two couplings. Coupe's curb weight is only 1080 kg, so it can get the first "hundred" of 4.5 s. The attention of those who voted gay attracted an elegant body more than the technical features of the novelty.
By the way, is it possible to consider the Alpine A110 a novelty? The official premiere of the production version took place in the Geneva Motor Show in March 2017, but the factory in Dieppe (France) went to the car only in mid-December and already sold in 2018 so that it fully meets the conditions for the competition. 19659005] Former winner of Europe's gay car of the year competition:
2018 – Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe
2017 – Fiat 124 Spider
2018 – Mazda MX-5
2012 – Ford Mustang
2014 – Citroen DS3 Cabrio
2013 – Mini Roadster
2012 – Citroen DS4
2011 – Peugeot RCZ
2010 – Fiat 500C  2009 – Alfa Romeo MiTo  2008 – Fiat 500
2007 – Alfa Romeo Spider
2006 – Aston Martin DB9 Volante
2005 – Mini Convertible