While the Lykan Hypersport has been seen on display on multiple occasions, yesterday it actually made its European debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
As you well know, the Lykan Hypersport is the first supercar to ever come out of the Middle East, though a better case for it being a hypercar can easily be made, seen as how it’s capable of hitting 395 km/h (245 mph).
It has previously been to the Shanghai Motor Show, the Dubai Motor Show and Pebble Beach, plus numerous other appearances at various global events.
Now, standing still at this year’s Geneva Motor Show in Europe, the Lykan Hypersport will unintentionally set itself up for quite a few comparisons – which involve the cream of the crop in terms of really fast cars.
Back when W Motors launched the first prototype for the Lykan Hypersport in 2013, the world wasn’t as familiar as it is now with the concept of hybrid performance when it comes to some of the fastest cars in the world.
So in a sense, the Lykan Hypersport, with its rear wheel drive and complete lack of electrical propulsion, is by no means as advanced as say a Porsche 918, but seen as how it’s still capable of mind-bending speeds, we’re guessing it will keep winning over plenty of fans.