The carbon fibre-bodied supercar uses a flat-six biturbo 4.0-litre engine developed by RUF to generate 900 horsepower.

Founded in July 2012 in Beirut, Lebanon, W Motors is a newcomer in the exciting world of high-performance cars. Its first model, the Lykan HyperSport, starred in the seventh instalment of the Fast and Furious by jumping from one skyscraper to another in a hugely unrealistic scene.
The movie came out back in 2015 and later the same year the company introduced its second car, the Fenyr SuperSport, at the Dubai Motor Show.
After years in the works, the second masterpiece by W Motors became a reality by the hands of our internal design team led by Anthony Jannarelly and a combination of skills brought in by our illustrious partners worldwide, including names like Magna Steyr Italy and RUF Automotive Germany.
At the moment, we only had a few official renders and now the company, which moved its headquarters to Dubai in 2013, has published a video of what it describes as being the production model. It looks virtually the same as the one from a couple of years ago, which is not necessarily a bad thing. All of this hard work and dedication came to fruition with the Fenyr SuperSport, a wild creature with a full carbon-fibre body and a light-weight aluminium chassis that contribute to the mere 1,200kg of it. The heart of this machine is a one-of-a-kind flat 6 cylinder 4.0L twin turbo, mid-rear engine engineered in Germany by the renowned RUF Automobile company. To contribute to its performance, a 7-speed double clutch gearbox is in place aiming to take advantage of the 900 horsepower and 1,200 Newton-Metre torque. This results in less than 2.7 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) and a top speed exceeding 400 km/h (249 mph). A supercar developed with a focus on achieving the best performances without compromising its inherited luxury.

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