Get Up Close and Personal With The W Motors Fenyr Supersport

Posted by: Jeremy Patterson on 11/17/2021

Mohamed from Mo Vlogs has built a massive following on YouTube by bringing his audience the first looks at some of the most insane cars in the world. We’ve seen Mo get up close and personal with some of the rarest and most expensive rides to ever be built, and back in January he managed to pull of yet another first look.

W Motors designed the Fenyr Supersport all the way back in 2012, and the company spent the last 6 years tweaking, refining and perfecting the design and build specs to build an admittedly wicked hypercar. Sporting a ridiculous 800 horsepower, the Fenyr is among the most powerful cars on the market. The full carbon fiber construction means the car is light weight and there’s absolutely no denying the design is off-the-charts on the badass scale. In fact, when it comes to appearance, I can’t recall ever seeing a car that looked quite so aggressive, yet refined at the same time.

Not only does Mo get to check out the car on the W Motors showroom, he and his friend actually get to take the very first production model of the Fenyr for a spin. That’s right, the first of the cars to roll off the assembly line and Mo gets to slide behind the wheel and take the car for a drive. Of course, they take the car on public roads so they can’t exactly open it up and let the 800 ponies play like they want, but we still get to ride along for a couple of quick pulls and you can clearly see the car has an insane acceleration under full throttle.

You may notice the name of the video actually mentions the Lykan, and we do get a great look at the Lykan and it’s ridiculous hologram dash panel, but the star of this video is the Fenyr and with good reason.

Keep an eye on the site for more videos about this car. With a limited run of 100 cars to be built over the next 4 years, the Fenyr will be one fo the most exclusive cars ever built, so info and video may be hard to come by, but we will certainly be on the lookout.

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