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.