One Guy Just Bought 5 Fenyr SuperSport Hypercars

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That's a spectacular amount of money to spend on the same car.

It must be nice to have the kind of money that allows you to order 5 special edition of the same hypercar. According to the Dubai based W Motors' Facebook page, that's exactly what has happened. According to the post, a Japanese businessman has opened his checkbook and dropped an order on them to the tune of $1.5 million apiece. That means the guy paid $7 million for the last five of the 10 Fenyr SuperSport Launch Editions being built.

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We don't exactly why he's ordered five, but we imagine it's mainly as an investment. Perhaps four to tuck away for a few years and one to enjoy on the road and track. And you would really want to experience and enjoy one. The Fenyr SuperSport boasts a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six engine heated up by the legendary German tuning house RUF. The 780 horsepower and 708 pound-feet of torque generated go to the rear wheels, and that excess of power is controlled by a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.

All that power is a moot point if the car isn't light though, and the Fenyr SuperSport is light. The tubular aluminum chassis is dressed in bodywork made of carbon-fiber that uses a healthy dose of graphene composite. That helps bring the weight of the Fenyr SuperSport down to a feather-like 2,976 lbs. On top of that, the hypercar uses an advanced active aerodynamics system, including a three-piece Triptych Active Spoiler.

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According to W Motors, the Fenyr SuperSport's performance lives up to the technology and hits from 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds before topping out at 249 mph. Reportedly, the order was made by major Japanese businessman and car collector Tetsumi Shinchi, but W Motors isn't revealing what trim and colors he's ordered. We'll probably find out when the businessman debuts them at the Mega Supercar Motor Show in Fukuoka, Japan, in 2021.

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