Some of you were wondering what the interior of the Lykan HyperSport looked like when Lebanese-based W Motors unveiled the car at last month's Qatar motor show with blacked out windows.
The razor-sharp lines of the exterior continue in the interior, which is rather futuristic-looking, at least in these shots, as we will have to wait and see how the design will translate on the real-life car.
One of the features of the interior mentioned by W Motors is the "Virtual Holographic Display" for the instrument panel. More digital displays can be found in the center and lower consoles.
We'll remind you that the Lykan HyperSport is claimed to be powered by a twin-turbocharged flat-six engine (sounds like something sourced from Porsche to us) with 750-horsepower positioned behind the driver, allowing for a 0-100km/h (62mph) sprint time of 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 395km/h (245mph).
Equally impressive is the Lykan HyperSport's out-of-this world price tag of $3.4 million (about €2.5 million at today's currency rates), or about twice as much as the Bugatti Veyron...
Despite the insane price, W Motors CEO Ralph Debba told Arabian Business that it has received "more than a hundred requests from around the world to buy one." The company, however, only plans to produce seven examples.
"We'd like the first few cars to go to Arabs, even if we have received requests from Russia, China, the US," Debbas told the news site.
In addition to the car, every buyer will receive a $200,000 limited edition Cyrus Klepcy watch, which you can check out for yourself in the gallery below