Former Orlando Pirates defender Robyn Johannes can be found driving around in style in his Audi RS3, and he has revealed what he looks for when it comes to sitting behind the wheel. Have you seen his ride?
The 30-year-old, who was unveiled as a Cape Town City player earlier today, is adjusting to life back in Cape Town after spending 12 years away from the Mother City.
Speaking to Fan Park editor Rossella Marrai-Ricco, Johannes covered all aspects, from the challenges that await Cape Town City to what his car means to him.
Johannes' car is featured above!
"My return to Cape Town? It has always been a big desire for me to come back and play in Cape Town," the former AmaZulu man revealed.
"I left home at an early age, when I was 15, for Tuks, so I have never really played professional football in Cape Town. I am really, really happy, I am excited, and just looking forward to it."
Johannes was part of 11 players unveiled at Cape Town City's media day, and he believes that football fans can expect big things from the club.
"Like the boss and the coaches have said, I think we have a really good team," he added. "We have players who have played in the league for ages, and we obviously have players who have got promoted along with younger players from Cape Town, which is a good thing.
"But there are others around who have played in the league for many games and many years. I think we have a really good team and people are going to be surprised."
The 1.8m centre back then moved on to the topic of lifestyle and cars, and he explained what attracted him to his Audi (which is valued at more than R700 000).
"I think people who have known me over the years, they know I like nice things. I like nice cars, I like nice clothes, and cars have always been my thing…
"I currently drive an Audi RS3 and I have had that for the past three years. It is a bit difficult to part with it but speed, comfort, and looks – I think it is very sexy as well. I love it!
"Who else has nice cars? The second best car after mine. (Laughs) Shu-Aib Walters drives a Mercedes, Aubrey Ngoma drives a BMW 125… So you can see we are not flashy but we like nice things.
"We have a little bit class and good taste, which I think is a good thing. Hopefully, we can bring it on to the field."
What do you make of the car choices at Cape Town City?