You’ve probably seen it multiple times seeing that it was introduced globally last year but nothing beats being in the presence of a supercar sculptured to exude such drama.

Despite how the aggressive the exterior looks, especially at the back, the interior was surprisingly simple, with a no-frills vibe. You get the sense that McLaren intended for it to be that way so that you’re not distracted from the sole purpose of being behind the wheel – to drive.

The latest and possibly hottest open-top supercar in Malaysia at the moment can be had in three trims – standard, Luxury and Performance – with a starting price of RM 1,218,000 before duties and options.