It’s hot, it’s fast, it’s expensive and it was unveiled a few days back in Dubai. This is the new Fenyr SuperSport made by W Motors. The exotic carmaker puts the spotlight on it once more with what can be considered to be a pre-launch film.
The hypercar follows the Middle-Eastern maker’s first model, the Lykan Hypersport, but with even more power and, as some might say, even better-looking. The exotic machine is built on a lightweight aluminum chassis and its bodywork is made out of carbon fiber. Images of its interior are still not available.
Moving on to the most impressive part of the SuperSport, its engine, we find out that W Motors is using a Porsche RUF-sourced flat six-cylinder 4.0-liter twin-turbo capable of developing “from 900hp and 1,200Nm (885 lb-ft) of torque”, as the automaker claims, enough to allow for a 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint in around 2.7 seconds. Top speed exceeds 400 km/h (248 mph).
The new Fenyr SuperSport will be produced in just 25 units annually, unlike the less powerful Lykan Hypersport, which came out in just 7 examples, and since the latter had a price tag of $3.4million, we expect the newer one to be in the same range. This is the point where referrals can be made to the next Fast & Furious movie.