Meet the Supercar from Furious 7

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So by now it is likely you have seen Furious 7, the latest installment of the Fast & The Furious franchise. As usual Dom and the family find themselves in thrust into the middle of some international paramilitary operation that only a group of street racers can handle... all while being hunted in a blood feud by The Transporter.

The car that caused a lot of questions was the $3.4 million dollar supercar that was kept in a Dubai penthouse and the heros use it to jump from building to building before it ultimately is destroyed. At first I thought it was a kit car, like

Surprisingly it is not kit, it's the W Motors LYKAN Hypersport. Touted to be the first supercar from the Middle East. W Motors, a Lebanese based company founded in 2012 (now operating out of Dubai) claims to have sold just a seven to the public, however according to a video (2nd video below) about the cars used in Furious 7, nine were built for the film, only two with complete interiors and drivetrains.

It is a wild car and much of the $3.2 million dollar price tag seems to be in the diamond encrusted headlamps and gold thread used to stitch up the interior, but time will tell if W Motors will go the way of FiberFab or will be here to stay.

More on the car below:

SPECIFICATIONS (according to W Motors website)
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Coupe Only
Carbon Composite Body
Unique W Motors Styling
Exclusive Exterior Paint Schemes

Boxer Type, 228.6 in3, 3746 cc Flat 6
Twin Turbocharger with Independent Intercooler
Mid-Rear mounted engine
Rear Wheel Drive
Fully Catalyzed, stainless steel exhaust system with active bypass valves
Max Power 552KW (770hp) at 7100 rpm
Max Torque 960Nm at 4000 rpm
Acceleration 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 2.8 seconds
Acceleration 0-200 km/h (0-125 mph) in 9.4 seconds
Maximum Speed 385 km/h (240 mph) (dependent on the gear ratios)

Six Speed Sequential Gear or Seven Speed Dual Clutch PDK
Limited Slip Differential
Transversely Rear Mounted

Front Axle: McPherson-strut, anti-roll bar
Rear Axle: Multi-link suspension, horizontal coil over shock absorbers, anti-roll bar

Front Wheels: 8.5” x 19”
Back Wheels: 12.5” x 20”
Front Tires: 255/35 ZR 19
Back Tires: 335/30 ZR 20

6 piston aluminum mono-bloc calipers ventilated, cross drilled ceramic composite discs
Brake Disc Diameter: 15 / 15 in (380 / 380 mm)
Brake Disk Thickness: 1.3 / 1.3 in (34 / 34 mm)
Anti-lock Braking System, Bosch ABS 8.0
Traction Control (TC)

Litres/100km (mpg)
Urban: 20.0 - Non-Urban: 9.9
Combined: 13.5
CO2 Emission (g/kg): 311
Efficiency Category: G

Carbon Fiber Center Console finish
Multifunction Sports Steering Wheel
Dual-Stage Driver/Passenger Front Airbags
Electrical and Heated Exterior Mirrors
Heated Rear Screen
Automatic Temperature Control
Trip Computer
Premium Sound System
Bluetooth® Telephone Preparation
Satellite Navigation System
Rear View Camera (360 All Around Camera)
Alarm (with volumetric and tilt sensor) and immobilizer
Remote Control Central Door Locking and Boot Release
Remote Control Door Opening (1+1) and (Engine Ignition)
Tracking Device (Upon Request)
LED Ambient Lighting
Advanced Digital Cluster
9” Hologram Display with Interactive Motion
Gesture Recognition (Virtual Sensors)

Electrically Adjustable Sports Seats
Special W Motors Seats with Carbon Fiber Blades
Dual Tone Leather with Gold Wire Stitching

Titanium LED Blades with 420 Diamonds (15cts)

Length: 4480 mm (175 in)
Width: 1944 mm (76.5 in)
Height: 1170 mm (45 in)
Wheelbase: 2625 mm (103.3 in)
Front Track: 1506 mm (59.3 in)
Back Track: 1585 mm (62.4 in)
Estimated Kerb Weight: 1380 kg

Check out this videos below, the car sounds more like a Bradley GT than a $3.4 million dollar supercar.

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