Yesterday, I was invited to join a gathering organized by the Penang Supercar Club who convened at Queensbay Mall to support the Motor Fair that was going on there.
This was the first time I hooked up with the club and I was psyched to see such a good turnout of cars!
VIP parking was arranged for us right outside the main entrance of Queensbay Mall and people were visibly excited to see so many cool cars rocking up to the mall.
As usual with gatherings of this sort, cameras started snapping even before the cars came to a standstill.
And how could you not go crazy seeing a convoy consisting of a Lamborghini, multiple Ferraris, Porsches and a Lotus?
One of my all time favorite Ferraris – the F355 GTS, parked right next to a super sexy 430 Spider.
Super classic and still beautiful to this day. This is definitely one of the most beautiful cars that Pininfarina has ever designed.
Prancing horse. Never has an animal created such emotion and desire amongst people.
Check out the massive ass on this Porsche Cayman!
I’m really loving the rear wing on this car – it makes the Cayman look so much meaner.
What car is this? That’s exactly what I was asking about 100x when I was driving in the convoy to Queensbay.
The mystery will be revealed later on in this post. 2 thumbs up if you already know the answer.
Hmmm … beautiful girls and beautiful cars … WINNING! (as Charlie Sheen would say)
After we were done at Queensbay, the club decided to adjourn to Coffee Island on Gurney Drive for drinks.
Isn’t this like the coolest car park scene ever? Supercars parked everywhere! Passer-bys actually walked into Coffee Island’s car park just to check out all the exotic machinery assembled there.
Which one of these do you prefer?
And how about these?
Ok … back to the strange car I showed you earlier … what the hell is it?
It’s actually a Nissan 350Z … not a supercar but it was made to look like the Danish Zenvo supercar … crazy bodykit (done in Penang) … it looks really mean!
It was a really fun gathering and I’m glad to have met the members of the Penang Supercar Club, who are a really great bunch of guys that have a real passion for exotic automobiles.
Thanks to Andrew from Mean Machines for inviting me and I hope to join you all again next time!