RJC Car Of The Year
The Automotive Researchers' and Journalists' Conference of Japan, also known as (RJC), is a non-profit organization established in 1990, consisting of Japan-based automotive critics and journalists.
The RJC holds a yearly conference, where they bestow awards regarding:
- Person of the Year (related to the automotive world)
- Technology of the Year
- Car of the Year (Japanese-made)
- Import Car of the Year (since 2001)
RJC Car of the Year is one of the prominent Japanese automobile awards, the other being Japan Car of the Year.
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