The ‘Fast And Furious 7’ Trailer Reveals A Lykan Hypersport

The luxurious car was spotted in the “Fast and Furious” Super Bowl trailer.

It looks like brutal Vin Diesel is preparing us for one more extreme ride in the ‘Fast and Furious 7’ movie’s latest trailer that was aired during Super Bowl in the form of a 30-second spot.

Joining Vin Diesel is the late Paul Walker, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Jason Statham and almost everyone who appeared in the previous parts of the popular franchise, including Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson and Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, with the movie directed by James Wan.

The new short video unveils the same ingredients as the previous installments of the series – big guns, fast cars, pretty ladies and ludicrous stunts (including a Lykan Hypersport jumping from one skyscraper to another…seriously) seasoned with appropriate doses of adrenaline and vengeance.

This will be the first time many people have seen the Middle Eastern hypercar.

This incredible car is built by Dubai-based W Motors and is the company’s first attempt at producing high-priced automotive exotica.

The Lykan HyperSport is powered by a Porsche-sourced, 3.7 liter, twin-turbocharged, flat-6-cylinder engine that’s tuned to produce 750 horsepower.

As a result, the vehicle is able to reach the 0-60 mph run in just 2.8 seconds and demonstrate an incredible top speed of 242 mph.

All of this performance doesn’t come cheap. The asking price for the Middle Eastern exotic is roughly $3 million.

“Believe it or not, the Lykan’s cinematic debut was not completely computer generated. In true “Fast and Furious” fashion, film makers actually drove the stunt car out of the side a set,” writes The Business Insider. “Granted, the stunt was performed much closer to the ground than depicted in the movie. But still.”

Let us remind that the “Furious 7” is directed by James Wan from a script by Chris Morgan based on characters by Gary Scott Thompson.

Franchise star Paul Walker shot most of his scenes for the film before his 2013 death, and his brothers, Cody and Caleb, will appear in the movie to fill in any plot holes.

“It was cool that his brothers wanted to help,” Diesel told Entertainment Tonight about Walker’s siblings in a previous interview while promoting “Guardians of the Galaxy.”

“It was validating in a way that his family cared so much about this saga and the completion of Paul’s last work,” he continued. “But it didn’t make the process any easier because there’s only one Paul Walker.”

Paul Walker’s character will not be killed off, as it was previously rumored. Brian O’Conner will be “retired.” Therefore, fans and critics do not have to wonder about the death of Brian O’Conner occurring during this film – regardless of what happens in the story.

The changes that were made in order to allow this to happen without any complications or plot holes required additional scenes to be written and filmed. However, by delaying the release of the movie, the cast and crew were able to get the job done, said Inquisitr.

Meanwhile, fans can take a glimpse at the teaser that not only includes Ludacris, Diesel and the late Walker, but also the film’s other stars like Michelle Rodriguez, Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson, Jordana Brewster, and Tyrese Gibson.

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