W Motors’ new Fenyr SuperSport


“The earth will shake violently, trees will be uprooted, mountains will fall, and all binds will snap,” promises the press release from the world’s first Arabian luxury sports car manufacturer W Motors. Their first creation was the slightly generic looking Lykan HyperSport – you might remember it as the car flying between skyscrapers in Furious 7. But now they’re back with their latest creation, the Fenyr SuperSport.


The Fenyr SuperSport is built on a tubular aluminum chassis and comes cloaked in carbon-fiber bodywork. Power comes from a a 4.0-liter twin-turbo flat-six made by Porsche specialist RUF. The forced-induction boxer engine drives a claimed 671kW (900hp) and 1200Nm (885lb-ft) of torque through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. The result is a 0-100kmh (62mph) time quoted at under 2.7 seconds, and a top speed of around 250 miles per hour. That’s a lot to promise!


W Motors partnered with Magna Steyr to develop the Fenyr. Don’t expect to see too many of them on the road, though, because W Motors only plans on producing 25 examples, each priced at $1.85 million.




  1. I never really cared much for the previous one and I don’t for this one. I think this is like the Zenvo, it’s got a lot of potential, but at the end of the day it’s still going to blow up. Also this new thing has far too many lines.