The huge vessel cost a staggering £600m to build over three years.
Norwegian Joy has departed from its shipping yard in Germany, boasting 20 decks, 20 restaurants and waterslides.
But its uncountable defining feature is right on top – the racing track is the first of its kind in the mankind.
The impressive two-tiered fit out can hold up to 10 cars on the race track at a period, which can get up to speeds of 40mph.
Drivers will be treated to ocean views as they persuade around the winding strip.
The pioneering design will undergo all-out testing at sea before opening up to passengers when the ship sets fly during summer.
Norwegian Joy is the first in Norwegian’s fleet to specifically butt the Chinese market. Its home ports are based in Shanghai and Beijing.
Drone footage has seized the sheer size of the monstrous ship, with the centrepiece race catch impossible to miss.
There are also several waterslides spouting from the top of the liner.
Norwegian Joy participate ins up to 3,850 passengers and spans 1,070ft in length.
Other features of the extremist ship include an open-air laser tag course and a virtual reality pavilion with hovercraft bumper car simulators.
It’s the 15th cruise in Norwegian Voyage Line’s impressive fleet.