So you think you’ve got it made with your spanking new BMW or Mercedes in your garage? Well, perhaps those are considered to be ‘normal’ rides as you continue to climb up the corporate ladder, and you start to amass the likes of Bugattis, Lamborghinis, Porsches and Ferraris. Perhaps it is time to throw your glance at Beirut-based W Motors’ Lykan Hypersport.
Thing is, this monster on the road will certainly burn a large hole in your pocket. First revealed at the Qatar Motor Show, the Lykan Hypersport will sport (pardon the pun) a massive $3.4 million price tag. Is splashing that kind of money justified? Perhaps if you are a billionaire, and $3.4 million is but a drop in the ocean for you. The Lykan Hypersport intends to be the epitome of luxury with diamond-encrusted LED headlights, not to mention gold-stitched leather interiors. Of course, if you feel that diamonds might be a wee bit ostentatious, then you can always customize your ride by throwing in rubies, sapphires or emeralds instead.
Expect this 750-horsepower Lykan Hypersport to hit 62 miles per hour in just 2.8 seconds, where it can achieve a top speed of 245 miles per hour. Not only that, it comes with a virtual holographic display in place of its instrument panel that will surely up the ante in the coolness factor. Only 7 of these bad boys will be made, so move quick!
The other week we gave you a first introduction to W Motors, a Middle East based car maker of highly exclusive limited edition high performance vehicles. Today we go a little further and introduce you to the W Motors Lykan Hypersport, the world’s most expensive car.
Recently revealed at the Qatar Auto Show, the Lykan Hypersport features an enhanced Porsche engine that produced 751 horsepower, which allows the car to sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds and reach the incredible top speed of 395 km/h. Not that these numbers are not impressive, but does this justify the 3.4 Million USD price tag?
Take a closer look at the W Motors Lykan Hypersport in the above gallery and the below video.
Source - ubergizmo.com, highsnobiety.com
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