The First Arab Supercar Costs $3.4 Million And Has Diamond-Encrusted Headlights

LykanHypersport

The LykanHypersport is being billed as the first Arab sports car, and it could be yours for a staggering $3.4 million. The coupe offers 750 brake horsepower, a 0 to 62 mph time of 2.8 seconds, and a top speed of 240 mph.

Lebanon’s W Motors revealed what the supercar will look like when it’s on the road at the Dubai Motor Show earlier this month.

The supercar oozes luxury, extravagance and expense. One of its most memorable features is that fact that is is covered in jewels! The LED headlights are encrusted with diamonds and the leather interior features gold stitching.

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Let’s not forget that the display system uses INTERACTIVE HOLOGRAPHS. Yes I am shouting because this is very cool. Wealthy owners of the Hypersport will be able to adjust the radio volume via holograph.

Not only that, buyers also get a Special Edition Cyrus Klepcys Watch worth over $200,000!

W Motors only plans to make seven units of the Hypersport, so even if you can pull together $3.4 million, your changes of getting into one are slim.

Let’s take a look at the photos:

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Source: Business Insider

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5 thoughts on “The First Arab Supercar Costs $3.4 Million And Has Diamond-Encrusted Headlights

  1. From certain angles it looks boxy and weird, but some views are fantastic. I love how the full frontal shot makes it look like an angry feline, with squinting eyes, ears pinned back and teeth bared.

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  3. Seeing as this thing looks like an Audi R8 mated with a Transformer, I am going to guess the movie is part of the ‘Transformers’ series.

    And having no sun visors would be a pain, especially if you are building a car that will predominantly be driven in the desert.

    That said, rear profile is nice. Makes the Maserati idea of the 90 degree angle tail-lights look average.

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