After its unveiling in Dubai, the Fenyr SuperSport has been given its own video that showcases how wild the design is. To recap, the supercar was developed in collaboration with Magna Steyr and RUF Automobile of Germany. Only 25 units will be made, and it’s reportedly priced at USD$ 1.8 million (RM7.9 million).

Shown more clearly now, is the green, white and red strips (no, it’s not the colour of the Italian flag, but the United Arab Emirates flag). In addition to that, the rear logo looks as though it’s floating in the air.

Sadly, no details of the interior has been shown in the video but it’s the way that the supercar is built, which is enough to grab one’s attention. To start off with, the Fenyr features an aerodynamically-engineered, full carbon-fibre shell and a tubular aluminium chassis beneath it. This means the vehicle is light in terms of overall weight.

The main highlight of the high-performance supercar, however, is its engine – developed by RUF. A twin-turbo 4.0 litre flat-six mid-rear engine paired to a seven-speed double-clutch gearbox can be found beneath that body. Producing upward of about 900 hp and 1,200 Nm, the century sprint is done in 2.7 seconds, while top-speed “exceeds 400 km/h.”

Unlike the Lykan HyperSport, priced at USD$3.4 million (now RM14.9 million) and aimed at the ultra-luxury segment, the Fenyr SuperSport is a more “affordable” supercar. According to Ralph R. Debbas, CEO of W Motors, it’s meant for those looking for pure performance and a striking design similar to the Lykan, rather than a rare collector’s item.