Bill Gates once said, “If GM had kept up with technology like the computer industry has, we would all be driving $25 cars that got 1,000 MPG.” Well, Bill Gates was not disappointed. Arab Super Car makers were listening.
Imagine that you are kidnapped, wrapped up in a cloth bag, and you work inside an Arab super car. You won’t believe you are inside a man made machine; it looks like absolute fiction when you take a glimpse look at the inside of the first Arab Super Car.
A few years ago, at the Dubai Motor Show , Lebanon’s W Motors gave the spectators the best look so far at what its supercar will look like when it hits the road.
Now that it has already arrived on the road, and occasionally driven around by Middle Eastern playboys in the streets of London, it is billed as the first Arab supercar, the LykanHypersport comes with a staggering $3.4 million price tag, offering 750 brake horsepower, 62 mph in 2.8 seconds, and a top speed of 240 mph. It is also covered in jewels: The LED headlights are encrusted with diamonds, and the leather interiors feature gold stitching. Along with the car, buyers get a Special Edition Cyrus Klepcys Watch worth over $200,000.
But how does the inside really looks like?
It is an absolute beauty; the display system uses interactive holographs and the wealthy owners of the hyper sport will be able to adjust radio volume via a holograph. That is the first in the auto industry.