Sunday, December 5, 2021

Robb Report’s Car Of The Year 2021 Dinner

By Indranil Halder

It was a privilege to attend the Robb Report’s Car Of The Year 2021 dinner.

The year’s finest new cars, champagne and an opportunity to indulge. On the evening of November 11 in Sydney, the 2021 Car Of The Year (COTY) dinner of finery and all things automotive was held in Walsh Bay, Sydney.

It was an evening of hearing  the 2021 COTY judges who will ultimately decide the year’s winners, listen to former Australian Formula One driver Mark Webber from London and enjoyed a lavish three-course menu (inclusive of fine wine and whisky), served with stunning sides of a shimmering Sydney Harbour.

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The Chopard Gallery at the event was amazing too. An unique opportunity to spend exclusive time with an impressive suite of new models that celebrate the very best in luxury,  performance, design and engineering from the likes of Lamborghini, Ferrari, Porsche, McLaren, Mercedes, Audi and BMW.

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