The Lykan Hypersport is one of the most exclusive and expensive hypercars ever produced. It was built between 2014 and 2017, and only seven of these cars were ever created. However, you can increase that number to 17 if you include the examples built for the Fast & Furious film, Fast 7. One of these cars is seen in the famous scene where Vin Diesel and the late Paul Walker crash out of a skyscraper in the UAE. Out of the 10 produced for the film, nine were destroyed. One survives though in the W Motors Gallery in Dubai. And it is now up for sale.
The Lykan FF7 May Fetch Up To $2.5 Million
The car is being sold through Rubix Market, and Rubix estimates the car will fetch between $750,000 and up to $2.5 million. What do you get in this auction then? As expected, you get the physical stunt car that is currently in the W Motors Gallery. On top of that, the auction states the buyer will have full ownership of both the physical and digital assets.
Unfortunately This Lykan Is Not Road Legal
The car is being auctioned as a non-fungible token or NFT. The winning bidder will receive an exclusive video of the NFT (the Lykan) as well as a lifelike rendering of the car too. It isn’t quite as powerful as the real deal. Nor as strong, both engine and body being fiberglass of construction. But it's got a 2.7-liter flat 6 with 240 hp and manual transmission but isn’t road legal. A few things to note though.
Its post-filming traits include wing mirrors torn from the body, scratched windows, and windscreen plus a scratched roof panel, and more. But owning a movie star? That’s all that really matters here.