This is your chance to recreate the famous skyscraper-jumping scene from the last Fast and The Furious movie. Mind you, this stunt can be pulled off better if you’re a sheik, or a multi-billionaire.
First of all, you’ll need at least a couple of skyscrapers as your personal jumping playground. We recommend empty buildings to avoid terrorizing innocent civilians and bystanders. There isn’t a shortage of tall buildings in the world – from Dubai, to New York – so we’ll leave the location at your personal preferences
But there is a shortage of Lykan Hypersport models that you can crash and destroy while jumping from skyscraper to skyscraper and here’s what we call a “major drawback”. Since there are only 7 examples scheduled for production, you can’t find one to buy as easy as finding a skyscraper.
Lucky for you, we just found one for sale at ‘All Ain Class Motors‘, a car dealer from Dubai, which specializes in exotic automobiles, as well as in skyscraper-jumping vehicles – how else could you explain a brand new Lykan Hypersport in their lot?
Anyway, as the late Paul Walker stated in this movie, it’s a 3.4 million dollar hyper-car with a mid-mounted 3.8-litre, twin-turbo flat-six, which develops 740 horsepower and 960 Nm. That makes it capable to accelerate from 0 to 100km/h (62 mph) in 2.8 seconds and of a claimed top speed of 385 km/h (239 mph).
If you think the engine displacement is “familiar” to the Porsche brand, well…you’d be right; the engine is derived from the one used by RUF, in their CTR3 model. Of course, that means that a seven speed dual clutch PDK transmission is helping the engine perform.
The car also comes with 420 diamonds encrusted in the LED lights, on a titanium accent piece, while the whole body and interior is garnished with carbon fiber. It even has a gesture recognition sensor and a 9” mid-air Hologram display with interactive motion – whatever that is.
The perfect car to throw around buildings.