Production versions of hypercars with pricing above $3,000,000 are generally a pretty rare sight.
That will be the case with the W Motors Lykan, of which the company plans to build only ten copies before moving on to a Lykan Targa or cheaper Lykan SuperSport models.
This company seems to be more in-touch with reality that some other follies from this region, including the laughable Laraki Epitome that is nothing more than a Corvette C6.R with a hideous new body.
But super cars like the Lykan HyperSport typically make their world debuts at major auto shows like Geneva or Frankfurt.
Even so, it is more fitting for the production Lykan to be unveiled near W Motors headquarters on the main stretch of central Dubai. Lack of European sales could contribute to the local debut, because this is where the main buyers are as well.
So get your pens, checkbooks and cameras ready, fellas. There’s a new Veyron chaser on Dubai’s sandy highways.
W Motors is ready to unveil at the production version of the beastly Lykan HyperSport at the Dubai International Motor Show this coming November.
As far as delivering the fantasy specs of the 2013 winter show prototype, W Motors has done really well. In terms of luxury features for the production model, W Motors has fitted the hyper car with a slew of new goodies, including:
- holographic central display HUD with interactive motion and tactile interaction
- an advanced ID4Motion dashboard
- bespoke rear-hinged scissor doors with remote operation
- diamond encrusted LED lights
- gold-stitched interior seats
- a personal elite concierge service
- a unique and patented design of Cyrus Klepcys watch available only for HyperSport buyers, but tagged with a retail price of $300,000-plus in value. (For the watch, not the car.)
Talk about trying to live up to its proclamation of its model being "the most luxurious, exclusive and technologically advanced hypercar in the world."
Click past the jump to read about the 2012 Lykan HyperSport