Spotting A Fenyr SuperSport In Public Is Like Seeing A Unicorn

While you’re likely to see multiple hypercars that cost more than the $1.4 million you’d need to spend on the Fenyr SuperSport, it’s actually the latter that’s more of a rare sighting right now.

Dubai-based W Motors is only producing 25 examples of the Fenyr SuperSport per year. The car was co-developed with Magna Steyr and features a 3.8-liter flat six engine sourced from RUF, producing 800 HP (810 PS) and 980 Nm (722 lb-ft) of torque.

Its zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) acceleration time is 2.7 seconds, whereas 0-124 mph (200 km/h) is dispatched in just 9.4 seconds. The top speed is an extremely impressive 245 mph (395 km/h), aided by the active aero elements and low curb weight of 1,350 kg (2,976 lbs).

Sure, a Bugatti Chiron is even more impressive. However, this remains one of the fastest and rarest cars in the world, especially since it’ll be made in much smaller numbers.

This particular example was recently spotted in London by Autogespot user Florisjuuhh, and it appears to have a dual tone black and either green or grey exterior, as well as dual tone wheels with yellow calipers.

Also visible (sort of) is the fully digital driver’s gauge display, measuring 12.3 inches. As for other notable interior features, there’s sat-nav, a 3G Internet router, a secondary 10.4 inch infotainment display, a rear-view camera and a premium sound system.

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  • Doodz

    Under 3 second 60s used to be ridiculously rare… but now all that seems necessary is adding the appropriate amount of electric motors to achieve such performance.
    Still impressive, but….

  • Christian

    there are more Fenyr than there are Rover 100 GTi left..Let that sink in, dog

  • Six_Tymes

    still ugly

  • Jweisberg

    Not worth $1.4 million. It looks like a NSX with a crap bodykit and in the videos from Goodwood it sounds like crap.

    • Six_Tymes

      so true. its a fancy over priced kit car.

    • What I hate is that this car claimed to be the first Middle East supercar while the engine comes from Germany, Body from Austria, Designed and assembled in Italy. The only Middle East element of that car is the money that they were funded in.

  • Well there is a good reason why easy to spot, they just make Goodwood appearance and both the Lykan and Fenyr is now in London for display before heading back to ME. I myself see both of them outside famous hotel in London.

  • Matt

    Maybe, but it’s got some big names behind its development. Magna Steyr helps develop vehicles for major OEMs and RUF is a legendary tuning/performance brand…

    • Status

      Magna also supply parts for virtually every single automaker on earth, both large, small, and boutique. That’s not something amazing or particularly noteworthy. As for RUF’s involvement, it’s no different than when Lotus or Porsche lend their engineering talents to a client.

      The difference here is that I would trust Lotus and Porsche to design and engineer a car, whereas I would put RUF in the same box of the equally dreadful WestCoastCustoms or any number of ‘tuning garages’ that operate out of a garage in New Jersey.

      Besides, factory tuning is always better than third party hack jobs with substandard build quality. If you insist on them otherwise, you’d probably defend replicas too.

  • Infinite1

    It costs 1.4 mil to own one, the 3.8 L flat six makes 00 HP (810 PS) and 980 Nm (722 lb-ft) of torque, allowing it to achieve 0-62 in 2.7 seconds with a top speed at 245 mph along with active aero and weighs 2,976 LBS but it uses 3G internet technology? Nope, not for 1.4 mil and 3G

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