Car Of The Year 2021 Is Here

Robb Report’s peerless and unique motoring awards program returns — and you can be behind the wheel in 2021.

By Robb Report 18/10/2021

Recall all the things you were set to do once lockdown ceased? Well, the Robb Report Car Of The Year just went, rather quickly might we suggest, to the top of that list.

Set to run from Sydney across November 10-11, Car Of The Year 2021 sees you in the driver’s seat of the finest supercars and luxury vehicles to land on Australian roads the past 12 months — think Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Aston Martin, Maserati, Mercedes, Audi, BWM and more.

This is a unique celebration and exploration of the best in luxury, performance, design and engineering — and this is your personal invitation to not only join this exclusively held two-day event and go back-to-back in some of the world’s most coveted marques and ultimate new models, but to also drive the decision making as a Robb Report Car Of The Year judge.

Yes, alongside our editor in chief Richard Clune and renowned automotive editor Stephen Corby, you decide which cars make the podium in 2021.

Like any event to carry the Robb Report name, the two-day drive (which includes a track element as well as the NSW south coast’s finest roads) boasts the finest in luxury accommodation and dining — as well as luxury gifting from event partners.

Further, judges will also feature in the associated Car Of The Year issue (on sale December 14), receive exclusive event photography and video for personal use and claim elevated bragging rights amongst professional / familial / friendship groups for months (read: years) to come.

Beyond sharing an incredible two days evaluating some of the world’s most formidable and alluring cars, driver safety remains an acute priority — which this year extends to automotive consultancy MotoKinetic overseeing all aspects of the drive program and the implementation of heightened COVID-safe measures as well as confirmation of completed vaccinations among all participants.

Seats are extremely limited — do not miss out.

Register your interest today and the team will be in touch to personally assist in securing your seat, from just $5750 per person;


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