Auto Review Car of the Year 2021 – Remco Slump’s Choice

Hyundai Ioniq 5

You didn’t buy a Hyundai twenty years ago because you really wanted one, but because you didn’t have the budget for a Peugeot, Ford or Volkswagen. There was little wrong with the Atos or the Getz, in the sense that there was also little wrong with compression stockings. They do what they have to do, but they are so grey, so sexless.

So it’s almost a surprise that Hyundai is now shaking up the electric crossover segment with this alluring Ioniq 5. It’s greedy with its retro-seventies look, but make no mistake: under the skin, it’s the opposite of old-fashioned.

Porsche 911 GT3

Your Tesla Model 3 Performance goes to 100 km/h in 3.1 seconds? Fun. So I can’t keep up with you in the four and a half times more expensive Porsche 911 GT3. Still, I would sell any organs I can spare, if that means I can park this Supreme Beetle in front of my door.

The 911 GT3 stole my heart… from the Cayman GT4 that stole it in 2020. Its atmospheric six-cylinder boxer engine whines even further in the revs than that of its smaller brother. And so I’m ready at every traffic light: a rocket ride to 9000 rpm, where a heavenly eargasm awaits.

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