Lykan Hypersport, The Supercar From 'Furious 7,' Finally Spotted: You Won't Guess Where

Dec 07, 2016 08:07 AM EST | Matthew Cruz

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When Lebanon-based company W Motors produced the Lykan Hypersport, a supercar oozing with luxury, it only made seven of them. This firmly established it as one of the world's rarest cars: in fact, most motorists' best chance at ever seeing the Lykan Hypersport will be to watch its star turn in "Furious 7," where it drives mid-air from one towering skyscraper to another. And now, it has found its way from the movie screen to a Dubai dealership.

Indeed, car enthusiasts are going crazy over the ultra-rare sighting and even rarer opportunity to purchase the Lykan Hypersport, the first car of its kind to be made in the Middle East. The listing does not show the supercar's price, which is incredibly telling as it is, but the original was sold for $3 million, according to CarBuzz. This gives the Lykan Hypersport the privilege of being the world's third most pricey supercar. 

The hyped-up Hypersport, however, isn't just all flash. It is powered by a twin-turbo 780 horsepower flat-six engine and can reach speeds of 254 mph, according to Road and Track. Even more impressive, the Lykan Hypersport can reach speeds of 60 mph just 2.8 seconds after stepping on the gas. 

Naturally, the supercar does deliver as much flash as one would expect it to. Its headlights have built-in titanium LED blades, encrusted with no less than 420 diamonds. The Lykan Hypersport also includes white gold, blue sapphire, yellow diamonds and rubies, as well as flip-up doors that can open backwards. 

If interested, you can make a call to Alain Class Motors in Dubai, a dealership with a storied penchant for keeping exotic supercars in stock. In fact, it is also currently selling the Lykan Hypersport's successor, the Fenyr SuperSport, which boasts a massive 900 horsepower and 4-liter powertrain. The Lykan Hypersport spotted there has logged zero miles, and can be all yours: for at least seven digits, that is.

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