A rare chance to snap up this swanky supercar from the Middle East.
The Lykan Hypersport is a ridiculously rare car. The first supercar to be produced in the Middle East, Lebanese company W Motors only made seven Hypersports in total. Its rarity only makes it more desirable. This is a car that's reportedly capable of reaching 245 mph (sure it is) thanks to its twin-turbo 780-hp flat-six engine developed by RUF. As a result, opportunities to snap one up are extremely uncommon. However, one has been spotted for sale in, of all places, Dubai.
As you'd expect with a car like this, the for sale listing doesn't include a price. If you have to call Alain Class Motors of Dubai and ask, well you probably can't afford it. When it originally went on sale W Motors was charging $3 million (that's double the price of a Bugatti Veyron) for the privilege of owning a Hypersport, making it the third most expensive supercar on sale at the time. Much has been made about the Hypersport's headlights being fitted with titanium LED blades containing 420 diamonds, plus a selection of rubies, yellow diamonds, and sapphires in your choice of color. What we're most interested in is the car's star turn in "Furious 7."
In that epic action flick (like you haven't seen it) the Lykan Hypersport was driven out of one skyscraper and into another. It's as dumb and awesome as it sounds. Getting the chance to own the supercar that starred in that scene would truly be something else. If you have the cash this "new" model, it apparently has zero kilometers on the odometer, can be all yours. Just don't be shocked if you can't hit 245 mph in it...or if jumping it out of a skyscraper leads to an expensive insurance claim.