April 6, 2015, - 2:08 am

New “Fast & Furious” Flick an Infomercial for Phony $3.4 Million “Muslim SuperCar”

By Debbie Schlussel

Is “Furious 7,” the new Fast & Furious movie, a paid infomercial for the so-called “Arab SuperCar”? It appears so. And that’s in addition to the movie’s pimping of anti-Israel Abu Dhabi, where couples have done jail time for making out on the beach, as a permissive, glamorous playground.

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“Furious 7” was this past weekend’s predictable runaway winner at movie theaters in the U.S. (with an estimated $144 million take) and around the world (with an estimated $384 million take). In one of the movie’s biggest and most unbelievable stunts, stars Paul Walker and Vin Diesel drive an expensive red sports car through some of the highest floors of three skyscrapers in Abu Dhabi. Before that happens, though, Walker goes on and on about the car, that it costs $3.4 million, that there are only seven of the cars made in the entire world, and so on. The car looked like a Lamborghini rip-off with Batmobile influences. On my way out of the theater I asked several men who’d attended the screening if they recalled what kind of car it was. Nobody could say.

So, when I got home, I did some research. And it appears that the whole scene–and Paul Walker’s lines in the script having verbal orgasms over this car–were paid product placement by Arab Muslims wishing to establish their sports car as the “Arab [in this case, translation: Muslim] supercar.” The name of the car: the Lykan Hypersport. The Muslims are trying to tell us they can outdo Ferrari, Lamborghini, and so on, and the car has the Arabic version of the number 7 hidden throughout its design (see video below). But some of the features on which the late Paul Walker pimps us in the movie, might not even exist, including the car’s alleged “holographic center display.”

I don’t know about you, but cars aren’t the first thing I think of when I think of the Muslim world. Jew-hatred cartoons and TV shows, beheadings, and IEDs are more of what immediately comes to mind (and more likely what they have in mind). And speaking of Jew-hatred, the Lykan Hypersport’s maker, W Motors is based in Israel-boycotting Dubai. The company’s owner bills it as “the premier Arab Developer of High Performance Luxury Sports Cars.”

More about the pretentious “Arab Supercar”:

It’s a car you’ve likely never heard of before: The Lykan Hypersport, an extremely limited, hyper-expensive supercar. How limited? Just seven examples. How expensive? A mere $3.4 million.Dubai-based W Motors, the company that builds the Lykan, calls itself the first Arab supercar company. Founded by Lebanese-born Ralph Debbas [DS: full name, Ralph R Debbas Sari El Khalil], the W is dedicated to the kind of super-ultimate luxury that only folks with oil-sheik money can dream of.

Inside is where things get really nutzo. As in, seats-stitched-with-gold-thread nutzo. And claimed-holographic-center-display-that-may-not-actually-exist nutzo. And that’s just a part of it. We’re talking a 24-hour concierge service offering on-call engineers and “flying doctors” to cater to the needs of yourself or your car, anywhere in the world.

No word on exactly how much W Motors paid to get this intense marketing push of sharia luxury sports cars in the script of “Furious 7.”

Again, I’m not too concerned that the Arab Muslims are going to be giving Detroit’s Big Three auto companies or the major luxury sports car outfits a run for their money. The Arab and Muslim worlds have only perfected five things: hate, extremism, intolerance, mass violence, and hypocrisy.

But despite what the well-paid Fast & Furious gang wants you to think, none of these is a “luxury supercar.”

This “Furious 7” trailer, which ran during the Super Bowl shows the Lykan Hypersport “driving” through skyscrapers:


By the way, the Gulf State Muslim Arabs did own Aston Martin at one point, as I pointed out on this site (and they drove it into the ground). And the Saudis tried to manufacture their own line of cars, which didn’t really go anywhere. That’s the track record. Terrorism and bombs, on the other hand, they are very successful at.

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14 Responses

Why do I have the feeling this car isn’t going to be on either the British or American versions of “Top Gear?”

Ghostwriter on April 6, 2015 at 2:46 am

Any discerning buyer considering a luxury car wants a German or Italian brand.

$3.4 million for an Arab hyper-luxury car is probably too much to swallow.

NormanF on April 6, 2015 at 2:59 am

WHat’s the story that idiot oil-rich muslims abandon their cars in the desert when they run out gas – and just buy a new car? I guess the concept of refueling is too complex for them.

DS_ROCKS! on April 6, 2015 at 10:36 am

(Yackety Sax soundtrack) .. did you mill the billet aluminum? Did you weave the Kevlar? Did you work out the geometry of weight shifting and G-loading? Did you forge your own pistons? Crankshafts? A-Arms? No? Then you are not a car maker .. you are a poseur, hiring European and American talent to do what you cannot do. Piss off mate ..

Jack on April 6, 2015 at 10:58 am


Fred Taub on April 6, 2015 at 11:28 am

now we know why walker is dead

brenrod on April 6, 2015 at 12:20 pm

It looks like something on the order of those dreary skyscrapers in Dubai. These “Super Cars” are for show, and nothing else.

Worry on April 6, 2015 at 4:53 pm

I used to like Lamborghini at one time when it was owned by Chrysler, but it’s unfortunately now Malaysian i.e. Muzzie owned, so guess they can have it. Thing that irks me is that they have the cash to buy any car company they want!

Infidel on April 6, 2015 at 6:58 pm

Arabs love sports cars and auto racing. There’s no getting around that. They’ve shown some genuine talent for it.

As Deb noted, the Arab States have been too distracted to develop serious industrial capacity. Even the oil industry relies on foreign workers and technology.

The Arabs might yet have some success in designing and building sports cars, but it won’t come without foreign assistance and collaboration. That’s the only way the Arabs have been able to do anything. In the end, they shoot themselves in the foot due to Islam.

One of these days, the Arab League might learn the power of pluralism. Until then, as long as they hold onto their “Islam uber alles” manifest, there won’t be long-term staying power behind their states and their economies.

Someone in the Emirates might manage to build a fast car or two, but they won’t be major automotive manufacturers 70 years from now. Even if they bought a bankrupt manufacturer, they don’t have the human resource capacity to turn it around on their own. The Emirates could partner with Europeans or Americans, but that would be doomed to fail in the long run because Islam doesn’t nurture true partnerships with dhimmis.

The industrial revolution marches on. Successful home-grown Arab industry can certainly exist in the fantasy of Hollywood. Going beyond that requires a cataclysmic change in culture that Arab states seem unwilling to embrace. I guess that’s what Debbie (in her own way) is trying to tell us.


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There is NO Santa Claus on April 7, 2015 at 8:27 am

Life is interesting. When I was 17-18 or so, I dreamed of owning such a car. Now that I am an old fart and could probably afford such a machine, I wouldn’t be seen in one (Ferrari-Lamborghini). If I were hitchhiking and one pulled over to offer me a ride, I would rather walk. I once saw a kid in my office who parked his Bugatti Veyron outside using two parking spots. The Bugatti is a V-16 that is over 2M in cost. It can deplete it’s entire fuel supply in 13-minutes. Very practical car for LA traffic, in other words. But these are the people who own these things. Arrogant little pricks who needs to compensate for a tiny penis.

#1 Vato on April 7, 2015 at 12:58 pm

Last I heard Lamborghini was owned by VW.

Richard Norton on April 7, 2015 at 8:50 pm

Super Cars imported. Towers by imported slaves. No education. No self sufficiency. No innovation.

DeportAmericanIslamists on April 9, 2015 at 9:25 pm

Wonder how many westerners worked on this. Muhammadanism has never created and contributed anything of value to this world. Its members can only try to learn from and mimic the achievements of other cultures or subjugate those with the expertise and intellect to create.

Aurora on April 11, 2015 at 9:05 am

It’s a Lebanese car actually

Space on April 18, 2015 at 8:13 am

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