This is hyper on so many levels. We’re talking about the world’s third-most expensive car, starting at US$3.4 million (RM12.6 million). We’re talking about a car with white gold, diamonds and blue sapphire in its headlamps. We’re also talking about a car of which only seven will exist. And you’ll see it in the seventh instalment of the massively-successful The Fast and the Furious film series: Furious 7!

Built by Beirut, Lebanon-based firm W Motors, the Lykan HyperSport is the first supercar to be produced in the Middle East, having launched at the 2013 Dubai International Motor Show. Forget for a minute about its 751 PS/960 Nm Porsche 3.7 litre twin-turbo flat-six, its 385 km/h top speed or its 2.8 second century sprint time – those headlamps feature titanium LED blades with 420 precious stones of the buyer’s choice!

The above featurette shows the Lykan behind the scenes – you’ll see some wheelspin, some drifting, and Dominic Toretto (played by Vin Diesel) driving it through a wall and… through the glass of a skyscraper into another skyscraper.

And you’re not going to believe this – the Lykan HyperSport is on! The ad lists a contact number for “interesting” buyers – if that’s not a typo, are you interesting enough to place an order for one? Just don’t try any skyscraper-jumping.