At the Dubai Motor Show this week, Lebanon's W Motors gave us the best look so far at what its supercar will look like when it hits the road.
Billed as the first Arab supercar, the LykanHypersport comes with a staggering $US3.4 million ($3.6 million) price tag. The coupe offers 560kW of power, a 0-100km/h time of 2.8 seconds, and a top speed of 386km/h.
It's 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 more than $US200,000.
Oh, and the display system uses interactive holographs. Yes, the wealthy owners of the Hypersport will be able to adjust radio volume via a holograph. That's a first in the auto industry, though we don't yet know how well it works.
W Motors will only make seven units of the Hypersport, so even if you can scrape together some change, your chances of getting into one are slim.