SuperCLAN has held another charity drive with a range of luxury cars touring the north-east.
Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Aston Martins, Bentleys and McLarens took part in the event on Sunday driving from the city to Glenfiddich distillery near Huntly. About £11,000 was raised for cancer charity CLAN.
Aberdeen oil worker Ross Gatt founded the event in 2011 which attracts hundreds of spectators.
Ross said: “It was fantastic. It takes about three months of organising each year.
“Everyone is affected by cancer, either indirectly or directly, and from the beginning that has been the charity we have always chosen to fundraise money for.
“With each passing year it has gone from strength to strength.”