Car Of The Year Wants You

Get to know the ultimate automotive program ahead of its return in 2022.

By Robb Report Staff 26/11/2021

Recall all the things you were set to do once lockdown ceased?

Well, the Robb Report Car Of The Year program just went, rather quickly might we suggest, to the top of that list.

A unique celebration and exploration of the best in luxury, performance, design and engineering — the Robb Report Car Of The Year (COTY) is a peerless and unique automotive program that enables members of our RR1 Club and friends of the brand to go back-to-back in the world’s most coveted marques and ultimate new models and drive the decision making as a Robb Report Car Of The Year judge.

This year’s event – results to be announced December 16 in the corresponding COTY issue – has only just concluded and saw a select few judges indulge not only the finest from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Mercedes, Audi, BWM and Range Rover, but embrace a heady itinerary in association with sponsors Chopard, W Grant & Sons, Penfolds, Orlebar Brown, C-Tek and more.

We could go on here about the roads, the scenery, the locations, the exclusive driver activations – or we could simply point you to the below video that showcases the unique adventure that was COTY 2021.

Interested in COTY and other curated Robb Report events? Wanting to understand more about membership of the exclusive RR1 Club?

Please contact us via and one of our team will be in touch shortly.

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