A stunning convoy of supercars made their way across a small stretch of S.E. Asia in a fun-filled cross-border drive.
South East Asian supercar enthusiasts indulged in a 3,000km expedition from Singapore, through Malaysia to Thailand earlier this month, with 30 exotic machines burning rubber on a thrilling six-day drive. The fourth edition of the Franck Muller Super Car tour included the likes of the Pagani Zonda F, a Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SuperVolce and a limited-edition Mercedes DTM CLK, with the total cost of the convoy estimated at a cool $25 million.
Supercar owners and privileged Franck Muller clients assembled at the Shangri-La Singapore on November 2nd, and swiftly made their way to the Palace of the Golden Hordes in Kuala Lumpur before settling for the night in Penang. The next leg was to Thailand's principality of Phuket, where they crashed in luxury at an exclusive resort for a couple of days while their motors got a chance to rest and a recharge. After an all-night party that was graced by the main man Franck Muller himself, the drivers took to the road and headed to Krabi where the tour came to a conclusion.