W Motors (the W stands for “wolf”) is calling itself the Arab world’s very first manufacturer of supercars and with their inaugural model, the $3.4 million Lykan Hypersport, we get why. If you take the Batmobile and throw in some supercar styling, diamonds and gold stitching, the Lykan is what you get.
Meeting all supercar requirements—it has a 3.7-liter twin-turbo flat-six engine that gives 780bhp to go from 0-62 in only 2.8 seconds and reach a top speed of around 245mph—the limited edition Lykan is officially joining the ranks of cars like the Bugatti Veyron and Koenigsegg Agera. In fact, the auto was created specifically for a client who already has the best the industry has to offer and who wanted something new and exciting.
Planning on producing only seven units (four have already been crafted, with three sold), W Motors have fitted their supercar with a bevy of luxurious perks, which makes the car the third most expensive to ever be made (it’s behind the $4.6M Lamborghini Veneno and the $8M Maybach Exelero). The headlights are embedded with 420 diamonds and use titanium LED blades, while the seats are stitched with gold thread.
But aside from the actual car, you also get a global servicing system as part of the package. According to CNN, all you need to do is press a button and a technical advisor will come to help you with whatever problem you’re having. “And if needed "flying doctors"—a team of W Motors-trained engineers—will fly to wherever you are in the world.” It also comes with an invite-only concierge service and a special watch designed by Franck Muller.