World’s Most Expensive Car, The Lykan HyperSport2013, to be built in Dubai
The world’s most expensive car, The Lykan HyperSport 2013, priced at $3.4 million will be manufactured in Dubai. It will be the first Arabian supercar. Residents of Dubai would not be surprised. The city is already famous for its unconventional world records. The Lykan will add another feather to Dubai’s cap of amazing records. The Lykan was revealed at this year’s Dubai International Boat Show.
Wondering who’s making it? It is the Dubai based startup automaker, W Motors. The high-class, ultra performance sports car will be rich and lavish with features such as the diamond encrusted gear stick, precious stones in the headlights and gold stitching on its leather seats. Not to mention, it will be packed with state-of-art high-tech features.
Do the tech-specs justify the price? We will let you decide. The Lykan is powered with a flat six-twin turbo 3.8 liter engine, producing 750 hp and 1000 cubic meter of torque. It zooms from standstill to 100km/h in 2.8 seconds and hits the peak at 395 km/hour. It is claimed to be one of the fastest cars in the world.
Engineered fully with carbon fiber, it has the first holographic display with interactive motion inside. Not sure what that means? Ralph Debbas, the CEO and Chairman of W Motors, helps us makes sense of it:
“We [have] replaced all the screens with a projector in mid-air that projects all the images in three dimensions. You can control them, hold them and feel them in mid-air like all the movies you see in 20 years, while this car is the only car in the world that has this technology inside.”
Would anyone be interested in pitching out $3.4 million for this car? It may seem doubtful but the car will sell without a blink of an eye. People will buy a 3.4 million dollar car in this region, because it’s a 3.4 million dollar car. Pure and simple. And it’s going to sell better here than anywhere else.
Only 7 of these cars will be available for purchase and of course only in Dubai.
Source: CNN Marketplace Middle East