New images of the British-built McLaren P1 hypercar, at the Bahrain International Circuit, have been released.
The P1 is currently being taken on a global tour to attract potential buyers. The tour has already visited North America, which will be the car's biggest market. The Middle East is expected to be another vital market.
375 examples of the McLaren P1 will be built, each of which will command a hefty asking price of £866,000.
McLaren Automotive regional director for the Middle East and Africa, Mark Harrison said: “After a successful launch in Bahrain, we are very excited to be bringing the McLaren P1 to the United Arab Emirates."
The McLaren P1, set to rival the new LaFerrari and Porsche 918 Spyder, is designed to be the best driver's car in the world. F1-inspired engineering is utilised throughout, with the P1 featuring advanced aerodynamics and carbonfibre construction.
Power comes from a 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 that generates 727bhp and 531lb ft. Press the hybrid KERS button and the total output will be boosted to 903bhp and 664lb ft.
The P1's interior is stripped out and made primarily of carbonfibre. The instrumentation is digital and the car has sat-nav, climate control and a bespoke sound system.
Programme director at McLaren, Paul Mackenzie, says that despite the P1's performance it can still be driven in great comfort and refinement.
The McLaren P1 made its debut at the Geneva motor show.
Autocar has produced digital books on the McLaren P1 hypercar as well as the F1 and 12C supercars.