The original Lykan Hypersport was a sight to behold, but its replacement seems just as outrageous.
The brand-new Fenyr SuperSport looks just like a super-machine from an exclusive, exotic car manufacturer should: bonkers!
Built upon a lightweight aluminum chassis and sporting a carbon-fiber body, the 1,200 kg car develops at least 900hp and 1,200Nm (885 lb-ft) of torque from its RUF-sourced, flat-six, 4.0-Litre twin-turbo mill. Just imagine what otherworldly power gains it can develop, if the manufacturer claimed 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.7 seconds performance figures, and top speeds in excess of 400 km/h (248 mph).
Anyway, with a production plan of only 25 units per year, the Fenyr – which was named after the mythological Norse monster-wolf, Fenrir – will be an extremely rare sight, which means that finding one for sale will make for a full-on bounty hunt. Lucky enough, we stumbled upon this pristine example at Al-Aain Class Motors, and although it doesn’t sport a disclosed price tag, we imagine it costing north of a million dollars.
Mind you, the lack of headlight-encrusted diamonds and holographic display won’t (probably) make it go near the $3.4million sticker price of the Lykan, but don’t expect a something cheap, nonetheless.
Visual-wise, the Fenyr is hard to digest, although it will make a good poster car for kids. Its lines are busy and complex, clearly sowing some influences from its partners, StudioTorino and Magna Steyr.