The Lykan Hypersport is the uber-expensive supercar you’ve never heard of.
Meet the first supercar to ever be produced in the Middle East and is featured in he film Furious 7. With a hefty price tag of $3.4 million, the Lykan Hypersport takes the third place among the most expensive vehicles built to date, after the exclusive Lamborghini Veneno ($4.6 million) and Maybach Exelero concept ($8 million). Distinctive in every way, even the place of birth, the Lykan Hypercar is the beginning of a new lineage of luxury. Each LED headlight is encrusted with 220 diamonds or a combination of any other precious or semi-precious stone chosen by the client, while the seats are stitched in contrasting gold thread. Among the many patented technological innovations you can find inside the Lykan HyperSport, the most striking one has to be the one inspired by science fiction itself. The holographic mid-air display system with interactive motion, a first in the automotive industry that allows you to interact with the car’s interface.
Powered by a custom RUF engine with 780 horse-power, the Lykan HyperSport can reach a maximum speed of 385 km/h (240 mph) and do 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.8 seconds. With a production run of only 7 units, it’s extremely limited, each one fully customised to be unique. Making it one of the rarest cars in the world.
Every line of the Lykan HyperSport’s body was designed with precision through meticulous engineering and testing, to ensure incredible aerodynamics while performing. Designed to provide the ultimate comfort, the cockpit area is characterized by the use of carbon-fiber and leather according to the client’s requirements. Although the company does not plan to introduce the vehicle in the United States, the family of Ilan Ramon from Haifa, Israel holds the patents to market the vehicle in US.