The Car Of The Year Issue Is Here

The winner of COTY revealed, summer styles, The ultimate 2022 escapes, Rolex Sydney to Hobart, Australia as a hydrogen ‘superpower’ and more.

By Robb Report Staff 16/12/2021

The highly anticipated Car Of The Year issue of Robb Report is now available on select newsstands.

The newcomer celebrates the best in motoring by testing more than $3 million of automotive finery across two days and more than 1000km in our peerless Car Of The Year (COTY) program.

This year’s fleet comprised the Lamborghini Huracan Evo Fluo Capsule, Ferrari SF90 Spider, Porsche Taycan Turbo S, Range Rover Sport SVR Carbon Edition, Audi RS7 Sportback, Mercedes AMG E63 S and BMW M4 Competition. Within, learn more about COTY, why the $1.4 million Ferrari SF90 came out on top and how you could get involved in 2022.

Locally we look at Australia’s automotive future as a possible hydrogen ‘superpower’, ponder how fast is really enough, sit down with Chanel Fashion President Bruno Pavlovsky and set sail as part of this year’s Rolex Sydney to Hobart.

Looking abroad the issue features 2022’s new luxury destinations and adventures, skiing in Aspen Snowmass, the ultimate custom-made timepieces while shifting focus to the season ahead with the best of summer style and fragrances while toasting the world of wine as we head into the festive season.

The 2021 Car Of The Year Issue is on sale from today on select newsstands or from the Robb Report store.


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