The Toyota Yaris WRC has won Autosport's 2020 Rally Car of the Year Award.
The Yaris, which also won the award in 2019, was victorious on four of the seven World Rally Championship rounds this year, helping Sebastien Ogier and Elfyn Evans to first and second in the drivers' standings.
The car, developed and run by four-time World Rally champion Tommi Makinen's team, has now won 17 WRC events since its debut in 2017.
Autosport readers have voted the Toyotas the best rally car of the season, ahead of its rivals the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC and Ford Fiesta WRC, as well as the Dakar Rally-winning Mini JCW Buggy X-Raid.
The award is open to rally cars competing from international to national level. It is the fourth time a Toyota has scooped the prize.
Previous winners of the illustrious accolade, which was one of the first Autosport awards introduced in 1982, include the Audi Quattro, Group B Peugeot 205 T16, Lancia Delta HF Integrale, Subaru Impreza and Mitsubishi Lancer.
The 2020 edition of the Autosport Awards is taking place online, with increased digital coverage, and continues the tradition of highlighting the best of the motorsport season.
Other categories include International Racing Driver of the Year presented by Pirelli, International Rally Driver of the Year, International Racing Car of the Year, British Competition Driver of the Year, Rider of the Year, Richard Mille Rookie of the Year, National Driver of the Year, Moment of the Year presented by Marelli, and the Pioneering and Innovation Award presented by Mahindra.
The Esports Driver of the Year Award presented by Motorsport Games has also been introduced this year.
To find out which other winners Autosport readers have voted for, go to autosport.com/awards