LykanHypersport 2013: The First Lebanese Super-Car Worth $3.4 Million!

The Beirut-based W Motors has  introduced the world to  the first Arabian ultra-luxurious,  super-car. The LykanHypersport 2013 is an automotive masterpiece  worth $3.4 million and includes the most advanced technology and design.  The sleek vehicle will make it’s sales debut at the Qatar Auto Show starting on January 29th in Doha.

The LykanHypersport 2013 is labelled as the most advanced luxury car made with exclusive technology inside and out.  The tricked out luxurious car comes with a 750 horsepower engine can  reach a speed of 390 kph and can accelerate from 0 to 100 kph in just 2.8 seconds. It comes equipped with diamond-encrusted LED lights, a reverse door opening system, a state-of-the-art 3D Virtual Holographic Display with Tactile Interaction, an innovative ID4Motion Interactive Dashboard, and gold-stitched interior leather.

The idea of the hypercar was sparked by designer Ralph Debbas, who has designed several concepts for automakers such as Land Rover and Aston Martin. Debbas is the head investor and CEO of W Motors and worked with a group of masterminds for six years to develop the LykanHyersport 2013.

With a price tag at $3.4 million, the limited sportscar is aimed at the high clientele  of the Middle East, Far East, Africa and Eastern European markets and only has seven examples available. The lucky few who purchase this car will be treated with 24 hour concierge service as well as a Special Edition Cyrus Klencys Watch that’s worth over $200,000.

We have seen other sportscars like the Rimic Concept One electric, the $1.25 million Venom GT2 Hypercar, and the Lamborghini Reventon, but none compare to the luxurious, sleek, and well equipped sportscar LykanHypersport 2013.

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