The Mulsanne W.O. Edition by Mulliner, debuting at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, is a celebration of Bentley’s incredible Centenary milestone. This Edition isn’t just inspired by W.O. Bentley’s own 8 Litre—it even contains a part of it.
The 8 Litre Bentley owned by W.O. himself will also be on display. It is one of only 100 8 Litres ever made and left the factory on October 11, 1930, with the registration number GK 706. Its original crankshaft was a defining piece of engineering that was incredibly advanced for its time. This is why it has been used as an integral part of the centerpiece in the W.O. Edition. The crankshaft has been expertly divided into 100 pieces and worked into the door of the cocktail cabinet of the W.O. Edition. To give this unique feature the spectacular setting it deserves, the veneered surface around the piece of original crankshaft contains an exquisite piece of Art Deco marquetry.
Mulliner has a long and impressive history of crafting coachwork and cabin interiors for Bentley. Created by hand over five days, more features of this W.O. Edition include a metallic bonnet strip, heritage hides and W.O. Bentley’s signature on every seat.
The Mulsanne W.O. Edition by Mulliner evokes the spirit of the 1930s merged with the technology and phenomenal power of a modern Bentley.
The BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe illustrates the meaning behind the letter “M” at BMW. It stands for “more,” more of everything. With impressive style and dynamic excellence, the BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe embodies a new facet of luxury for the BMW brand—ultra-sporty, extroverted and undeniably striking. Like many recent BMW concept cars, the BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe foreshadows a production model coming soon.
“The BMW 8 Series will take over as the new flagship model of the BMW line-up and, as such, combines unsurpassed sportiness and elegance,” said Adrian van Hooydonk, Senior Vice President of BMW Group Design. “The BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe offers a look ahead to the most exotic and alluring variant of the new BMW 8 Series.”
The BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe is more than simply a luxury sports car with four doors; it symbolizes a new and unique understanding of luxury. “The BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe is designed to stir things up, to polarize—it should move you emotionally,” explains Domagoj Dukec, Vice President of Design at BMW M and BMW i. “With this car we want to reach people who are looking for something special and who want to stand out from the crowd. Here, BMW M is unmistakably taking luxury out of its comfort zone.”K-
The BYTON K-Byte Concept represents a breakthrough in design for the autonomous vehicles of the near future. The K-Byte changes the design language of traditional cars, delivering a perfect blend of elegance, style and sportiness, while setting the standard for luxury cars in the age of shared mobility and autonomous driving.
BYTON’s designers have carefully sculpted each line to deliver graceful curves and visual performance. For example, the innovative C-pillar design is inspired by both architecture and aerodynamics. The K-Byte Concept also features an impressive front fascia with its patented BYTON 3D Smart Surfaces, which allow for custom displays in place of the traditional grille. For occupants, the K-Byte Concept features BYTON’s unique 49-inch Shared Experience Display center console.
Sensor integration for autonomous driving is key to the K-Byte Concept’s design, which features retractable sensors that strike a fine balance between aesthetics and practicality. With an elegant and slender module on the rooftop, the bow-shaped BYTON LiBow system integrates front and rear LiDAR sensors to allow for a full-view panoramic scan of the vehicle’s surroundings. BYTON’s retractable LiGuards side LiDAR system is located below the side-view cameras. The system deploys in autonomous driving mode to ensure driving safety and retracts automatically when the driver takes over. Moreover, the sensors can all be illuminated for a range of specific purposes, such as signaling pedestrians.
The BYTON K-Byte Concept makes its U.S. debut at the 2018 Pebble Beach Concours concept lawn.
One of the most acknowledged motor racing rivalries of all time is Ford Motor Company versus Ferrari in the 24-Hours of Le Mans. In 1966 and ’67, Ford ended years of Ferrari dominance with epic wins by two generations of its innovative Ford GT, a purpose-built endurance racer of thunderous performance. Considering the Le Mans mission accomplished, Ford ceased its corporate effort following the 1967 win, after which private teams took the “retired” first-generation GT40 on to additional stunning achievements.
Among these, JW Automotive—a partnership of Englishmen John Wyer and John Willment—campaigned Ford GTs under Gulf Oil sponsorship, winning Le Mans in 1968 and ’69 with the same car (chassis P/1075). This feat made the “Gulf livery” paint scheme one of the most recognized in motorsport history; its blue and orange colors are synonymous with racing success.
Marking the anniversary of this chapter in the Ford GT story, Ford Motor Company is pleased to introduce the 2019 Ford GT Heritage Edition. This limited run of the new GT proudly wears the Gulf colors and race number 9 in tribute to the GT40 that won Le Mans 50 years ago, a tradition continued with Ford’s celebrated 2016 win at Le Mans. Featuring a lightweight carbon fiber body, 647 hp turbocharged Ecoboost engine and sophisticated aerodynamics and suspension, today’s road-going GT carries on the winning legacy of the revolutionary 1960s GT40.
The Genesis Essentia Concept elevates the “Athletic Elegance” design philosophy of Genesis while defining a future vision for an electric GT. First unveiled at the New York International Auto Show and on display at this year’s Pebble Beach Concours concept lawn, Essentia’s proportions are contrasted with aerodynamic flows that take inspiration from iconic Gran Turismos of the past.
Essentia’s elegant silhouette is created by a long bonnet and a swept-back cabin and accentuated by a striking Stardust Gray Metallic finish. The brand’s first all-electric vehicle consists of a lightweight carbon-fiber monocoque and multi-motor electric powertrain, bringing sports car–level performance to the world of electric luxury coupes with an estimated 0-to-60 time of 3.0 seconds.
On the inside, Essentia maximizes the connection between car and driver by employing a mixed-material approach influenced by high fashion and classic color combinations. Cognac leather seats with chevron quilting surround the driver and passengers in true cockpit fashion while a slim center console covered in Oxford Blue leather separates the cabin. Unique layered carbon fiber décor adds a sporty and technical element to the interior details.
A thrilling sports car designed to fit the modern lifestyle, Essentia offers serenity, beauty and electrifying high performance. The Essentia Concept is designed to connect completely with its driver and the world around it, representing not just the future of Genesis, but the future of vehicle connectivity.
Hennessey Special Vehicles presents the Hennessey Venom F5, a hypercar designed and built with the goal of being the fastest road car on earth. Reaching speeds in excess of 300 mph and sprinting to 186 mph in just 10 seconds, the Hennessey Venom F5 represents a new generation of American performance cars.
Built from the ground up, the Hennessey Venom F5 incorporates intimidating design features with advanced technology but is not only intended to be visually appealing. Co-engineered by Hennessey, Pennzoil and Shell, the Venom F5 is powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine producing more than 1,600 hp.
To achieve the lowest possible drag, Hennessey developed a completely new, lightweight chassis and an all-carbon-fiber body focused on aerodynamics. With a weight of only 2,950 lb and active aerodynamics, the Venom F5 yields a drag coefficient of just 0.33.
“We are very excited about our F5 and that it brings forth an all-new design and chassis to achieve even higher performance through improved aerodynamics and technology,” said company founder and CEO John Hennessey. “The best way I can describe the Venom F5 is that it is sophisticated aggression on wheels. We look forward to sharing the F5 with the world.”
Hennessey plans to build only 24 examples with already half spoken for.
The stunning INFINITI Q Inspiration Concept gives a glimpse of INFINITI’s future design language, previewing a new generation of INFINITI vehicles that eschew classic sedan forms with coupe-like proportions and an elongated silhouette. As premium sedan design becomes more conservative, the Q Inspiration was created to appeal to younger audiences, which seek modern design and new technologies to inspire and empower them.
The concise Q Inspiration design, with its dynamic and confident proportions, proposes how the world’s first production-ready VC-Turbo engine, next-level driver assistance technologies and a unique human-centric interior can enrich the experience for drivers of luxury sedans.
The Q Inspiration’s human-centric cabin follows a minimalist approach, wrapping occupants in a serene, spacious and comfortable environment. Concise and clean in its execution, the Concept explores a modern aesthetic, delivering a calming, enjoyable space for passengers.
As shown, the Q Inspiration Concept is powered by VC-Turbo, INFINITI’s revolutionary, world’s first variable compression engine, which continually adjusts its compression ratio to optimize power and fuel efficiency. The production version, expected in showrooms within a couple of years, will be powered by INFINITI’s e-POWER, a proprietary technology that features a small gasoline engine that charges a high-output battery, eliminating the need for an external charging source and providing the convenience of refueling with gasoline, while offering the driving experience of a pure electric vehicle.
Visit the INFINITI Pavilion at the Pebble Beach Concours Plaza.
The Aventador SVJ 63 Limited Edition has been developed to be the most exclusive Lamborghini ever, merging the ultimate in technology with an incredible design and endless customization opportunities.
The exterior of the car is made from ultra-lightweight materials, which permit it to achieve incredible performance and an astonishing design. The front and the rear bumpers have been completely redesigned and the rockers are extended dramatically, while the back features a new spoiler with an omega shape. Hence, the Lamborghini sportive mark is clearly visible in every detail. The 63 Limited Edition also features a unique livery running from the bumper, across the rockers to the rear wing. The number 63 on the door panels emphasizes the exclusivity of this limited edition.
The interior has a luxurious yet technological soul, which enriches the driver’s experience. The use of carbon fiber in the doors, seats and cockpit recalls an aeronautic design. Moreover, the new cross-stitching gives the SVJ 63 a unique personality.
The driving dynamics of the SVJ 63 benefit from improved technologies. Specifically, the SVJ 63 embraces four masterpieces, plus one. Beyond the 4-wheel steering, the four active modes for the pushrod suspension, the four-wheel drive and the four driving modalities, for the first time, the Aventador SVJ introduces the Aerodinamica Lamborghini Attiva (ALA). ALA is an innovative and intelligent system that permits the car to manage active aerodynamics, enabling it to adapt to different driving styles and track types.
The Aviator preview embodies Lincoln’s future as the brand moves toward a portfolio of more utilities highlighting beauty and elegance while offering Lincoln’s quietest and smoothest drive yet.
The three-row, rear-wheel-drive Aviator marks the first time Lincoln will offer a plug-in hybrid model that is capable of using its twin-turbocharged engine if needed—easing range anxiety.
The synchronicity of Aviator’s name and form language is intentional; aeronautics has long inspired automotive design.
The emphasis of graceful lines pulling downward toward the rear—a cue to Aviator’s rear-wheel-drive platform—is reminiscent of the angle of a bird or plane’s wings in flight. That same angle is found in the main bodyline of the Aviator, connoting poise and grace.
The iridescent Flight Blue exterior color complements Aviator’s elegant, flowing lines, while the signature Lincoln grille is executed in high-gloss black and chrome accents. A wraparound windshield helps complete the aviation-inspired theme. Inside, Aviator’s spacious, airy cabin accentuates horizontal lines, minimizing visual clutter to deliver a soothing sanctuary.
An all-new Lincoln Black Label–inspired theme harmoniously combines Shearling Beige and Lunar Gray to further elevate the ambience. Machine-turned aluminum appliqués, brushed in small circles to replicate the shape of early aviation instruments, enhance the theme.
The Aviator production model will be available in 2019.
The 2019 Maserati Levante Trofeo is the latest addition to Maserati’s legacy of automotive style and performance. Named after the Mediterranean wind that changes in force from one moment to the next, the new Levante Trofeo expresses similar versatility, capable of transforming from relaxing calm to raging storm instantaneously. The twin-turbocharged V8 produces a spine-tingling 590 hp, however, with the Q4 Intelligent All-Wheel Drive System, this immense power remains under complete control.
Take one glance at the exterior styling of the Levante Trofeo, and the sporting intent of this SUV is clear. Assertive looks—from the full-matrix LED headlamps to the piano black grille—are accentuated by high-gloss, carbon-fiber features that allude to the motorsport credentials of this commanding SUV. The dedicated Corsa drive mode and launch control system are further affirmations that exceptional performance is a priority.
Although the Levante Trofeo offers spellbinding acceleration, no Maserati would ever sacrifice luxury for performance. Accordingly, the interior of the Levante Trofeo offers all the comfort of a prestigious SUV, built to the enduring principles of a true Maserati grand tourer. The sculpted sport seats are upholstered in Pieno Fiore natural leather, offering both elegance and extraordinary softness. Premium-grain leather covers the dashboard, center armrest and door panels, while a new 3-D matte carbon-fiber interior trim creates an air of sporting elegance.
The Levante Trofeo embodies the unmistakable sense of lavish calm—the quiet before the inevitable storm.
The McLaren 600LT makes its North American debut during Pebble Beach Automotive Week. The example shown on the Pebble Beach Concours concept lawn debuts the 600LT in Stealth Grey by McLaren Special Operations (MSO), McLaren’s bespoke division.
The McLaren 600LT, featuring a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 producing 592 bhp and 457 lb-ft torque, is only the fourth McLaren model to feature the “Longtail” designation, following the McLaren F1 GTR LT, the 675LT and the 675LT Spider. Weighing 211 poundsless than a comparable McLaren 570S and measuring 2.9 inches longer than its Sports Series counterpart, the McLaren 600LT features new carbon fiber bodywork, including a new front splitter, side sills, extended diffuser, a fixed rear wing that offers lower weight and greater downforce, and a unique, top-exit exhaust system.
Shown here with customization by MSO, the 600LT is cloaked in Stealth Grey, an MSO Bespoke exterior paint, and the MSO Exterior Vinyl Pack in McLaren Orange. Adding to the aggressive styling, the car is customized with three different Carbon Fiber Upgrade Packs, an MSO Bespoke Roof Scoop, LT-10 Spoke Wheels in Glass Black finish, and Black with White Painted Logo Brake Calipers. The inside benefits from a Carbon Interior Upgrade Pack, Super-lightweight seats, a By McLaren Designer Interior in Jet Black/Scoria Grey, and the MSO Clubsport Pro Pack, which includes a Harness Bar.
The McLaren 600LT is available for order now.
Meet the precursor to the first purely electric sports car with the soul of a Porsche. Porsche has announced that the production version of this Mission E concept study will be the Porsche Taycan (pronounced tai-kahn), slated for release in 2019.
Strong and dependable, the name Taycan translates to “lively young horse,” referencing the imagery at the heart of the Porsche crest. With the production Taycan, Porsche’s footprint in e-mobility will be another step further.
Based on technology tested in motorsports, the all-electric concept study has a drivetrain that consists of two permanently excited synchronous motors (PSM) that combine for a system out-put of over 600 hp. The Mission E concept sprints from 0–60 mph in less than 3.5 seconds, and its lithium-ion batteries are estimated to offer roughly 300 miles of range on a single charge. Adding 200 miles of incremental range at 800 volts will require roughly 20 minutes, minimizing time spent charging and offering peace of mind.
Inside, the driver will be surrounded by many technological advances that include new models of connectivity and infotainment. All are centered around the Porsche principle that everything revolves around the driver.
Launching toward the future of electromobility, Porsche stays true to its roots. Performance, efficiency, driving dynamics, and everyday usability remain central. Thrillingly different yet reassuringly familiar, the sculpted lines and aerodynamics of this “lively young horse” are unmistakably Porsche.
The Polestar 1 is the first car from Polestar, the new electric performance brand. This production-ready Electric Performance Hybrid GT produces an impressive 600 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque, while its 34 kWh battery delivers 65 miles of electric-only driving range—the longest of any hybrid in the world.
The Polestar 1 is an electric vehicle with the benefits of an internal combustion engine for extra performance and long-distance cruising ability. The Polestar 1, with its instant electric torque, accelerates from zero to 62 mph in less than four seconds and can travel at speeds of up to 100 mph in full electric mode. The electric drivetrain consists of two electric motors on the rear axle, which produce a combined 232 hp and 354 lb-ft and enable real torque vectoring for precise control during cornering. This electric thrust is courtesy of three batteries arranged in two packs, one of which is uniquely displayed in the trunk through a pane of glass that reveals the orange electrical connectors.
The Polestar 1’s handling is truly confidence inspiring. A full carbon fiber body reduces weight by 507 lb, while expertly tuned Öhlins dampers and Akebono brakes provide an engaging and dynamic driving experience.
This GT exudes luxury, with components handpicked from the best in the world and craftsmanship to match. Preorders for the Polestar 1 are now open, and production begins mid-2019.
The Dynamics and Lightweighting Study is the most advanced air-cooled Porsche 911 in the world. The client-inspired study is a collaboration between Singer, Williams Advanced Engineering and a team of world-class partners including Marino Franchitti and Chris Harris.
Power comes from a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter, air-cooled flat-six engine, developing 500 hp at 9,000 rpm. Features include 4 valves per cylinder, dual overhead cams, upper and lower injectors and an extensive use of lightweight materials. To transfer that impressive power to the pavement, Singer worked with Michelin to create bespoke Sport Cup 2 tires.
The aerodynamics of the car were completely reimagined through computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis, making this reimagined 911 both slippery and stable. As a result, the front axle lift was eliminated, a roof channel was added to increase downforce and side window ram-air intakes were implemented to optimize intake and cooling performance.
As the name suggests, this Singer Study is incredibly lightweight, courtesy of a full carbon fiber body, carbon fiber sports seats developed with Recaro and a carbon fiber steering wheel developed with Momo. Further weight-saving measures include a magnesium 6-speed gearbox and BBS Motorsport magnesium, Fuchs design center-lock wheels. Impressive torsional stiffness combined with double-wishbone front suspension, Brembo monobloc calipers and carbon ceramic discs make this 911 handle like no other.
Air-cooled excellence, the Dynamics and Lightweighting Study is an analog jewel for the twenty-first century.
The latest chapter in Rolls-Royce’s storied history, Cullinan takes the super-luxury lifestyle to roads previously untraveled. Named after the largest diamond ever discovered, which now resides in the British Crown Jewels, Cullinan is the all-terrain, go-anywhere Rolls-Royce that makes the idea of authentic, luxury off-road travel a reality for the first time. Effortless, Everywhere.
Luxury is no longer an urban concept; more and more it is about em-bracing and experiencing the wider world. Cullinan was designed with this in mind, allowing motorists to enjoy life’s most enriching experiences wherever they may be and no matter how challenging the terrain. Tested to destruction all over the planet, Cullinan is an incredibly capable off-roader that maintains the marque’s hallmark “Magic Carpet Ride” on the most tortuous of surfaces—without sacrificing any Rolls-Royce on-road behavior.
Cullinan is the second offering from Rolls-Royce based on the new Architecture of Luxury, which will underpin all of the marque’s future products. The engineering team behind Cullinan tailored the Architecture of Luxury to make Cullinan the most exciting entry into the SUV market—ever. Giles Taylor and his design team created Cullinan with the opportunity for endless Bespoke individuation, including the integration of Bespoke Recreation Modules to make every Cullinan a one-of-one creation.
The new benchmark for go-anywhere poise has arrived; Cullinan redefines the realm of luxury and offers the only any-road ex-perience that is unmistakably Rolls-Royce.
The SALAFF C2 supercar is the vision of award-winning designer Carlos Salaff, whose goal is to create radically individualistic machines for dreamers. During his 10 years at Mazda, Salaff played an integral role in designing cars such as the MX-5 Miata and Furai concept; the C2 is the latest addition to his impressive list of creations.
Vintage values and modern design inspire the coachbuilt C2, which strikes a balance between the performance of a future supercar and the soul of a classic race car. The exterior proportions “draw from legends like the Porsche 917, fusing those timeless design elements with modern motifs inspired by architecture and fashion.” An experiment in faceted geometric forms that fluidly merge together, the C2’s carbon fiber and/or optional hand-beaten aluminum bodywork is a subtle dichotomy of form languages. Inside, the C2 expresses quality and artistry, with robust toggle switches, machined aluminum details, carbon fiber and durable leathers.
Beneath the striking bodywork, the C2 intends to continue the legacy of a dying breed—the analog supercar concept. Salaff says, “More important than numbers on a spec sheet is the feel of the mechanically direct 6-speed manual, the music of the V10 engine and the rawness of rear-wheel drive. These are joys that should never be lost.”
The SALAFF C2 makes its world debut at Pebble Beach. SALAFF will begin taking orders for limited production of the C2 in the fall of 2018.
SSC North America debuts the Tuatara, their next-generation hypercar. Every design element of the Tuatara was meticulously engineered to achieve speeds in excess of 300 mph while still providing the comfort of a luxury sedan.
The Tuatara is unadulterated adrenaline, combining a bespoke 5.9-liter, twin-turbo flex-fuel V8—generating up to 1.3 megawatts (1,750 horsepower)—with a sophisticated and sleek body delivering a hypercar-best drag coefficient of 0.29. Created by SSC Founder Jerod Shelby and world-renowned designer Jason Castriota, the Tuatara honors past prototype race cars and embodies the innovative spirit of the American aerospace industry.
A subtle teardrop-shaped canopy, inspired by the F-35 fighter jet and suspended atop a fuselage-like body, reflects the Tuatara’s aerospace influence. An all-carbon-fiber chassis, aerospace-grade suspension materials, and active-aero front and rear wings help control the substantial power and act as the foundation for the strength, beauty and extreme performance of the car.
The Tuatara was methodically designed and engineered down to every detail, including the name. “Tuatara” is derived from a lizard known for its changing DNA; it is the fastest evolving animal. Likewise, this vehicle is at the forefront of hypercar evolution. While SSC’s first-generation Ultimate Aero held the title of World’s Fastest Production Car for three years, the innovative Tuatara will achieve far greater accomplishments and redefine the hypercar market. Designed and built in Washington State, the Tuatara embodies American passion and ingenuity.
The I.D. R Pikes Peak, Volkswagen’s first fully electric super sports car, recently made history at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. On June 24, 2018, driving the 500 kW (680 PS) race car, Romain Dumas defeated a field of cars, including many with conventional drivetrain technology. In doing so, he not only broke the previous record for electric vehicles but also bettered Sébastien Loeb’s all-time record from 2013 by a full 16 seconds. Dumas’s new record of 7 minutes, 57.148 seconds now tops the list of Pikes Peak champions, which includes such acclaimed drivers as Loeb, Walter Röhrl and Michèle Mouton.
The I.D. R Pikes Peak has two electric engines and is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 kmh in 2.25 seconds—faster than a Formula 1 car. As in production vehicles with electric drive, lithium-ion batteries are used as the energy-storage system. The aerodynamics were uncompromisingly designed to tackle the most famous hill climb in the world. The entire chassis generates as much downforce as possible, without causing too much aerodynamic drag in the thin air around the 4,300-meter-high Pikes Peak.
The I.D. R Pikes Peak is also a forerunner: the I.D. family, a new generation of fully electric vehicles, will be launched in 2020.
The fact that it also bears the letter “R” in its name is no coincidence—at Volkswagen, it is synonymous with performance- optimized vehicles, which also will be available with electric drive in the future.
The Volkswagen Atlas Tanoak pickup truck—named after a species of tree that is native to the Pacific Coast—is the first pickup based on Volkswagen’s MQB or modular transverse matrix architecture. Powered by a 276 hp, 3.6-liter V6 FSI® gasoline engine, the Tanoak transfers power to the ground through an eight-speed automatic transmission and the 4MOTION® all-wheel-drive system with Active Control. Active Control lets the driver select from various on and off-road modes within seconds for optimal grip on dry, wet, slick or unpaved surfaces.
The Tanoak concept is 214 inches long with a wheelbase of 128.3 inches (some 15.8 inches longer with 11 inches more wheelbase than the Atlas), which makes it a large midsize pickup by U.S. standards. The Tanoak is 79.9 inches wide and 72.6 inches tall, and rides on 20-inch wheels wearing 275/55 tires.
Although the Tanoak is based on the production Atlas SUV, the pickup was completely redesigned. Up to the B-pillar, there are similarities, but the front-end treatment is more rugged in keeping with a pickup truck’s mission. The headlights, using round LED daytime running lights, and front bumper were redesigned and now extend into the side profile.
Although there are currently no production plans for the Atlas Tanoak, Volkswagen is keen to gauge the reactions of potential buyers and media, since this is one of the biggest volume segments in the United States.
The Fenyr SuperSport, named after the most ferocious wolf in Norse Mythology, is not only an aesthetic wonder with DNA lines unique to W Motors, but also a technical masterpiece. Developed in close collaboration with leading international partners, including Magna Steyr Italy, RUF Automobile Germany and Studiotorino, the Fenyr Supersport is a hypercar with a wolf’s heart.
Among the plethora of distinctive features, the reverse door system, innovative and complex active aerodynamics system, full-carbon-fiber exterior body and extensive use of graphene composite transform this hypercar into a lightweight and incredibly strong machine. The Fenyr SuperSport is powered by a custom-made RUF Automobile twin-turbo 3.8-liter flat-six engine capable of producing 800 hp. Developed in-house especially for W Motors, this remarkable powerplant allows the Fenyr SuperSport to reach a top speed of 400 kmh and accelerate from 0 to 100 kmh in just 2.8 seconds.
Inspired by the lines of its predecessor, the Lykan HyperSport, this performance-focused hypercar combines all the necessary technical features and innovations along with distinctive aesthetics to give this car a differentiating edge.
Launched in 2017, the Fenyr SuperSport has a limited yearly production, making it one of the most exclusive hypercars in the world. With the help of customization consultants, each client is guided through an extensive bespoke program, allowing each Fenyr SuperSport to be virtually unique.