The Lykan Hypersport is the first model from W Motors, a supercar maker based in the United Arab Emirates and founded by a Lebanese man with the name of Sari El Khalil. Its body is made in Italy and its engine comes from Porsche specialist RUF. The result of this unusual combination is a $3.4 million hypercar of which only seven units will be made. But I guess the heavy price tag won't be a problem in that part of the world.

Let's come to the interesting part for us car fans. The Lykan is powered by a central mounted twin-turbo flat six producing 750 Hp and 998 Nm (737 Ib-ft) of torque. W Motors claims its supercar is able to sprint from 0 to 100 Km/h in 2.8 seconds with a top speed of 395 Km/h (245 mph).

When it comes to design, the car has its own personality, even though we can't deny that the more angular parts remind us a little bit of some Lamborghini models. Overall, the design is pretty unique, and being limited to only 7 units makes it even more unique. More pictures and video after the jump.

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