Your Invite To Car Of The Year 2022

How you can experience an incredible night of exclusive automotive finery.

By Robb Report 05/07/2022

Join us for an evening unlike any other, as the Robb Report Car Of The Year (COTY) program returns to Australian roads this August.

Presented in association with Grand Seiko, Pickering Luxury Garage and William Grant & Sons, join us for this year’s COTY 2022 gala dinner — a unique opportunity to hear from this year’s judges (those who will ultimately decide the winners), rub shoulders with Australian automotive luminaries and enjoy a lavish three-course menu (inclusive of fine wine and whisky), served with stunning sides of Sydney Harbour at Doltone House, Darling Island.

Then there are the cars — this a unique opportunity to engage and get up close to an impressive suite of new models that celebrate the very best in performance, design and luxury engineering. In 2021, this meant more than $3m worth of automotive finery from the likes of:

  • Lamborghini
  • Ferrari
  • Porsche
  • McLaren
  • Mercedes
  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Range Rover

This year we are excited to welcome more marques and more models*, the 2022 gala dinner further elevated by additional classic and new car displays, alongside various luxury activities from our COTY sponsors.

Single seat dinner tickets are now available for $250, with tables of ten available for $2000. Know seats are strictly limited and this event will sell out.

The Car Of The Year 2022 gala dinner is a COVID-safe environment with heightened safety measures in place.

Avoid disappointment and secure your tickets HERE.

* TBC at time of writing. Please note that all models and marques remain subject to change based on altered availability.

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