Lykan Hypersport Coming Soon (with Rear Suicide-Doors)

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Production version to be rolled out at the Dubai Motor Show in November.

We already knew W Motors’ $3.4 million Lykahn Hypersport came with signature diamond encrusted LED lights, a gold-plated hood, carbon-fiber chassis and gold-stitched leather seats. We were also aware its cabin would boast an interactive holographic display system. As a result 100 interested parties are keen on what will be the world’s most expensive production car when it eventually rolls out in an extremely limited run of just seven units. Clearly, the Arab supercar doesn’t require any more publicity.

Nonetheless, Lebanese startup has revealed its maiden project will come with rear-opening suicide doors, like those on the Rolls-Royce Phantom but angled upwards, as shown on these latest renderings. Power comes from a RUF-developed twin-turbo flat six rated at 750 hp and 737 lb-ft of torque, which is said to translate to a 0-62 mph time of 2.8 seconds and a 245 mph top speed. W Motors announced the production version of the Lykhan Hypersport will make its debut at the 2013 Dubai Motor Show in November. A more affordable and less extreme Supersport variant is also in the works to satiate demand for the Arab supercar.

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