The last survivor of the Fast and Furious 7 hypercars is up for auction

The last survivor of the Fast and Furious 7 hypercars is up for auction

It's the Lykan flying from one skyscraper to another in one of the most iconic scenes of the film: of the 10 models used, 9 were destroyed during the filming

Lykan HyperSport In the Fast & Furious saga, cars are the main protagonists, like the actors. The first film, released in 2001, kicked off a successful series where, in the countless spectacular scenes, physics is hardly ever contemplated. Among the iconic cars that contributed to the success of the film is certainly the exotic W Motors Lykan HyperSport.

It is a hypercar of a Lebanese house founded in 2012, which is used in Fast & Furious 7, released in 2015. Previously produced in only 7 units, a further 10 units have been made for the film making them available exclusively to the film's production company as a “stunt vehicle”. This is the car that is used by Vin Diesel and Paul Walker to fly, in the literal sense of the word, from one skyscraper to another. Undoubtedly spectacular scene, but not very truthful from a purely physical point of view. Well, all the Lycans were destroyed to shoot this particular scene, except for one. This unique specimen will be auctioned by RubiX on 11 May. Pre-offers are currently active and will be until the day before the sale.

When it was launched in 2013, the Lykan HyperSport was officially the third most expensive car in the world, as, to put it in the garage , a whopping 3.4 million dollars was needed. The original car is powered by a 3.7-liter twin-turbo capable of generating 780 horsepower, with 960 Nm of torque. Power capable of pushing it from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.8 seconds, making it reach 395 km / h of maximum speed.

In reality, however, the specimen auctioned by RubiX is much less powerful, since under the hood there is a 245 horsepower 6-cylinder boxer transplanted from a Porsche Taycan, and combined with a 6-speed manual gearbox gears. However, those who manage to win the auction (which starts at 100 thousand euros and expects to reach around 2 million), will not only receive the "physical" car, but also some virtual properties, traced and guaranteed by NFT technology (it is used also in digital art), a non-fungible digital resource. These digital assets that are part of the "package" include an exclusive video and an hd render.

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