5 Reasons To Hate The $3.4 Million Lykan Hypersport

W Motors

Is it really worth all of that cash?

Earlier this week we covered the Lykan Hypersport’s very first appearance in America during Monterey Car Week 2015. Dubai-based W Motors put the $3.4 million hypercar on display at Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance and for the first time ever, potential US customers and car fans could get an up close glimpse of the vehicle. However, as awesome as the Hypersport may look, some hypercar fans were not so impressed and thought that they could get a lot more for their money.

Here’s a few harsh critiques that the Lykan received during its first US appearance.

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