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 Lykan HyperSport
The first supercar to ever be released from the Middle East: The Lykan HyperSport. Producers W Motors plan to produce only 7 units, and as of now only 4 have been made, and 3 sold. At a price of US $3.4 million, it is the third most expensive car ever to be made. The front lights consist of LED blades with 420 diamonds which can be changed to other precious stones during production at owner’s request. Being just over a metre tall, the car can achieve top speeds of up to 385km/h with a twin turbocharger with an independent intercooler. This isn’t just any beast. It is the beast.

stayfr-sh:

 Lykan HyperSport

The first supercar to ever be released from the Middle East: The Lykan HyperSport. Producers W Motors plan to produce only 7 units, and as of now only 4 have been made, and 3 sold. At a price of US $3.4 million, it is the third most expensive car ever to be made. The front lights consist of LED blades with 420 diamonds which can be changed to other precious stones during production at owner’s request. Being just over a metre tall, the car can achieve top speeds of up to 385km/h with a twin turbocharger with an independent intercooler. This isn’t just any beast. It is the beast.
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lonelydriverz:

sparf:

The more I drive and ride in old cars, the more I dislike new ones.

At this point I’m convinced that the best cars have already been built.

New cars are just comfortable.

From my standpoint as an automotive tech student, old stuff fucking sucks. Some of the stuff is nice and I wish it would go back to being that way, but there are a lot of things where I find myself wondering who found the engineers that designed that shit.