Yesterday we brought you a story about a bus company in China teaching its drivers about the many number of exotic cars they’re likely to come across during their working hours and how they should be extra careful around them.

That’s not to say that China’s highways are clogged with expensive exotics, because they’re not, but this latest video shows that there are quite a number of the world’s top supercars currently residing in the country.

The video is a promo clip produced for the aptly-named Sports Car Club (SCC), China’s premier society for performance car owners and possibly its biggest.

As Jalopnik points out, the club has more than 500 registered members and between them they own a total of 700 supercars. The club is made up mostly of men, with women only accounting for 10 percent of members, and the youngest member is just 18 years of age.

The collection includes every modern supercar you can think of, including 2 out of the 5 Pagani Cinques in existence. There’s also a handful of Bugatti Veyrons, countless Ferraris and Lamborghinis, and even a Koenigsegg or two. In case you were wondering, a Porsche 911 is considered an 'entry-level' model at SCC.