Fenyr SuperSport Is A $1.4 Million Hypercar From Dubai

W Motors brought the Fenyr SuperSport at the Geneva Motor Show in its finalized form, featuring a turbocharged flat-six engine that produces 800hp.

The Dubai-based supercar maker has co-developed the Fenyr SuperSport with Magna Steyr while the engine is sourced from RUF.

Measuring 3.8 liters in capacity, the mid-mounted turbocharged boxer unit is producing 800hp at 7100rpm and 722lb-ft (980Nm) of torque at 4,000 rpm. Paired to it is a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission that sends all this power to the rear wheels.

W Motors claims that the Fenyr SuperSport is capable of a 0-62mph (100km/h) in 2.7 seconds, 0-124mph (200km/h) in 9.4 seconds and of a top speed of 245mph (395km/h).

The sharp bodywork is entirely made out of carbon fiber and features active aero elements, the ceramic brakes utilize 420mm discs all around and the kerb weight is an estimated 1350kg (2976lbs).  The characteristic suicide doors of the HyperSport are also here.

W Motors is producing only 25 examples of the Fenyr SuperSport per year. Each SuperSport costs from $1,4 million, with the company offering extreme levels of customization to its customers in order to create a true one-of-a-kind supercar.

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  • donald seymour

    Looks more like a 150 thousand dollar car to me.

  • Chad L

    Looks like an ugly kit car

    • brn

      Beat me to it. I came to the comments to declare it a “new kind of ugly”.

  • Astonman

    Looks better in white – the color hides most of the unnecessary lines.

  • SteersUright

    Cool-ish. No beauty whatsoever though.

  • “The Dubai-based supercar maker has co-developed the Fenyr SuperSport with Magna Steyr” You mean DEVELOPED by Magna Steyr and IDEA institute of Italy, literally there is no Dubai or Middle East except the money that fund it.

    And as usual it’s expensive. But those Sheikhs would buy it still.

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