Over the weekend, the Tunku Mahkota Johor, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, made his way to Kuala Lumpur to witness the Malaysia Super League football match between Johor Darul Ta’zim FC and Felda United – in which his side clinched the title for the second successive year. And of course, what would the arrival of TMJ be without his trademark armada of high-end machinery?

And this time, the lineup was as impressive as any previously seen. The first car alone – seen in the above video, by ImpexBee, leaving the Shangri-La Hotel on Jalan Sultan Ismail – was a lurid green Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, one of the most hyped and sought-after muscle cars of the moment. Given that the 6.2 litre Hemi V8 in this one is pushing a ludicrous 707 hp and 880 Nm of torque, it’s not hard to see why.

But behind that is something even rarer and unique – a Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren. True, it’s not the new thing on the block since both its successors, the SLS AMG and AMG GT, have gone on sale, but the long nose and cab-back proportions are still something to behold. Particularly in this 722 Edition guise with the supercharged 5.5 litre V8 now breathed on to make 23 hp more at 640 hp.

The Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 may not be so special in these parts anymore – particularly in this milquetoast white – but hey, a Lambo is a Lambo. But it’s the car behind that steals the spotlight, and it’s a bright yellow SLS AMG Black Edition, whose extroverted wings-and-spoilers aesthetic hides a 6.2 litre V8 churning out 622 hp, some 63 hp more than the standard SLS.

Passing after the brawny German is the Bentley Continental GT3-R – the limited-edition British brute serving its own type of muscle, in this case a 4.0 biturbo V8 engine pushing out 572 hp and 700 Nm. Outside, its white bodywork is adorned with green stripes and masses of aerodynamic addenda.

But all are overshadowed – quite literally – by the final car, I mean, truck, on parade. It’s a Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6×6, the last bit of the Middle East special’s name referring to the six wheels providing six-wheel drive. Power from the 5.5 litre biturbo V8 – 536 hp and 758 Nm – are sent to the massive 37-inch tyres on rugged bead-plate wheels; they make the car pretty much tower over the KL traffic.