The W Motors Fenyr SuperSport is a hypercar by W Motors developed as a faster, more track-focused version of the W Motors Lykan HyperSport. It is named after Fenrir, a monstrous wolf in Norse mythology.
Adapted from Prose Edda
The W Motors Fenyr SuperSport is the successor to the Lykan HyperSport, unveiled at the 2015 Dubai Motor Show. The development was a partnership between W Motors and Magna Steyr. Its shape is much similar to the Lykan, only having a more aggressive, track-like appearance.
Similar to the Lykan, the Fenyr uses the 4.0-liter (3,996 cc) twin-turbocharged flat-6 engine (also equipped with an independent intercooler) supplied by RUF, only more powerful at 900 hp (671 kW) and 885 ft·lb (1200 N·m) of torque. The Fenyr is equipped with a 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK) dual-clutch automatic transmission with paddle shifting. The car is built on a tubular aluminum chassis and carbon fiber bodywork and has the exhaust pipes positioned between the taillights. The car is rear-wheel-drive and weighs only 2646 lb (1200 kg), giving it a power-to-weight ratio of 750 hp (559 kW) per tonne or 2.94 lb (1.33 kg) per hp.
The Fenyr uses unique lightweight forged aluminum wheels with front 8.5"×20" wheels and rear 12.5"×21" wheels. Front tires are 255/35 ZR20 and rear tires 335/30 ZR21.
The Fenyr uses a unique rear wing, titled the Triptych Active Spoiler. Composed of three separate moving flaps, the Fenyr's rear wing operates using a complex electro-mechanical system that guarantees the synchronous movement of all three surfaces. The side panels deploy automatically at 50 mph (80 km/h) and the master (main) panel deploys at 75 mph (120 km/h), helping the car to keep the rear planted when driving at high speed before folding back seamlessly into the body.
Expected to surpass its predecessor, the Fenyr Supersport is capable of a 0 - 60 mph (97 km/h) time of 2.7 seconds as well as a high top speed exceeding 245 mph (394 km/h), which would make the Fenyr among one of the fastest production cars in the world by top speed.
Compared to the Lykan (which is expensive because of diamonds in its headlights), the Fenyr is much cheaper, at US$1.85 million. Due to the lower price, W Motors has planned to build only 25 units per year, more than the Lykan's 7 units.
The production version is almost the same as the concept, but with some changes, including a detuned 800 hp (597 kW) 3.8 L (3,800 cc) engine with 723 ft·lb (980 N·m) available. The most notable change is at the rear – the exhausts are now a pair of dual exhausts that are flush with the rear diffuser.
The W Motors Fenyr SuperSport appears as a high-end (now mid) Class S car with the following rank statistics:
- Stock rank: 3,345 ( 60)
- rank: 3,492
- rank: 3,666 ( 13)
- rank: 3,851 ( 16)
- rank: 4,043 ( 25)
- rank: 4,268 ( 38)
- rank: 4,479 ( 48)
The Fenyr SuperSport used to be one of the best cars in the game but has since been superseded. It features balanced stats overall, with good top speed and nitro efficiency, average acceleration and handling; but does have a drifting radius that is wider than the Trion's. The Fenyr is a good choice for multiplayer as it can perform well on a variety of tracks.
The Fenyr SuperSport was needed to obtain a pack in the Exclusive: Trion Nemesis event. As of July 21 2019, The Fenyr SuperSport is now the only car needed for the Trion event. It is also needed to obtain an extra pack in the Exclusive: Egoista event.
The Fenyr SuperSport was previously only obtainable from Multiplayer Rewards prior to Grand Prix Update, after which it was obtainable from limited-time offers only. As of April 23, 2021, blueprints for the Fenyr can now be obtained from League Packs awarded at the end of a multiplayer season.
The W Motors Fenyr SuperSport, now having its name correctly capitalized as W Motors Fenyr SuperSport, appears as a Class S car.
(Bold numbers are provided in-game, others are calculated. Last checked: Oct 9, 2020.)
|BHP||661.44 kW (899.3 PS)||887.00 hp|
|Acceleration||2.34 s (0–100 km/h)||2.26 s (0–60 mph)|
|Weight||1,200.00 kg||2,645.52 lb|
|W Motors Fenyr SuperSport Blueprint – Last checked: Oct 9, 2020|
Sale value: 30,000
Rarity: Red (Class S)
Vehicle: W Motors Fenyr SuperSport (10 to claim)
Availability: Gift Boxes
Statistical drop rates: 0.00 % | 0.00 % | 1.22 %
|10 x 30,000||300,000 ✔|
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Capitalized as the W Motors Fenyr Supersport, it was added in the Rio de Janeiro Update as a high-end Class S car with the following statistics:
- Starting rank: 1624
- This was changed to 1664 in the 2021 Holiday Update.
- MAX rank: 1731 (+107)
- This was changed to 1767 (+103) in the 2021 Holiday Update.
- MAX+PRO rank: 1799 (+68)
- This was changed to 1861 (+94) in the 2021 Holiday Update.
- Tuning Kit bonus: +25
- This was changed to +56 in the 2021 Holiday Update.
- Stock to MAX+PRO rank difference: 175
- Upgrade rank percentages: 25/35/25/15
- Speed Modifier: 95.75%
- This was removed in the 2019 Holiday Update.
- Upgrade rank percentages: 25/35/25/15
- Nitro Efficiency: 7/12.5/16
- This was improved to 7/11.5/15.5 in the 2021 Holiday Update.
The car's name erroneously lacked the manufacturer name prior to the Multiplayer League Update, after which this issue was patched up.
The Fenyr SuperSport acts as a stat upgrade to the Peugeot Onyx with some performance traits inherited from the Ferrari FXX Evoluzione. Its acceleration to its maximum total speed at MAX+PRO occurs in 4.2 seconds, making it slower in acceleration than the Lykan HyperSport due to its nitro stat. The Fenyr has a nitro stat identical to that of the Peugeot Onyx. The Fenyr, on the other hand, has a high total speed of 307.2 mph (494.7 km/h). It has only average nitro efficiency, though.
The biggest advantage the Fenyr has over similarly-ranked cars is its extreme handling – it has a high turning capacity due to its weight of 2646 lb (1200 kg). Because of this, its drift is extremely sharp. In fact, it has the sharpest drifting radius of any car in the game, as even with a high top speed stat of 279 mph (449 km/h), it can still drift very sharply through virtually all corners.
This is the official review of the W Motors Fenyr SuperSport on the Asphalt YouTube channel, made by TheHawtDawg1 and published on August 18, 2016:
Time to reach end of Tokyo straight: 7.392s
Perfect nitro duration: 8.448s
Triple nitro duration: N/A
French Guiana lap time: 55.671s
Final verdict: "The Fenyr Supersport is a great car, but it is not the king of S Class. However, this car can be very dominant on tracks with lots of turns, including Sector 8 and Venice."
The W Motors Fenyr SuperSport, at the time of its debut, was a useful car for Events if the player did not have the TRION NEMESIS or Devel Sixteen Prototype, although it has since been superseded by cars like the Apollo Intensa Emozione, 2018 McLaren X2, and the McLaren MP4-31.
Although not the best car for Events, the Fenyr SuperSport still performs well in events. More likely, however, the car will be placed in the top 800 due to the dominance of the Apollo IE and X2. On short/handling-focused tracks, the Fenyr performs exceptionally well due to its sharp drifting.
In Multiplayer, with its aforementioned performance traits, the Fenyr can be competitive. Albeit not as competitive as cars such as the TRION NEMESIS, McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, Apollo IE, or Aston Martin Vulcan, the Fenyr is still more competitive than the likes of the McLaren 675LT, McLaren P1™ GTR, and Ferrari 330 P4.
A more obscure trait of the Fenyr SuperSport is its usability for Credits grinding– its 14th Car Mastery Challenge, a Classic race in Rapido Park, a short track, can earn an average of 5,800 (with a VIP Level below Level 3) in an average race time of 50 seconds (with the car at MAX+PRO). Its Season 9 race, set in Highland View, a short track, can also earn an average of 5,650 (with a VIP Level below Level 3) in the same average race time of 50 seconds (with the car at MAX+PRO).
The Fenyr counts towards the "Top Tier" collection, which awards a total of 4 Double Credits and 1,200,000 when both versions are completed. However, this collection is extremely difficult to complete owing to its requirement of the Research & Development-only BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage and Arash AF10.
Price & Availability
As of the 2020 Halloween Update, the W Motors Fenyr Supersport can be purchased for 3,600,000. When available for a limited time, the Fenyr SuperSport cost 14,250.
The W Motors Fenyr Supersport was made obtainable by reaching Page 8 with the premium upgrade in the Neon Season. The car costs 12 to buy. Players who already owned the car will get 10x Class S Upgrade instead.
As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, upgrades costs 4,126,000 while Pro Kits require 15 of each Legendary Drivetrain, Legendary Exhaust, Legendary Suspension, Legendary Tires, 60 Legendary Tech, 60 Legendary Engine and 3,720,000.
As of the Car Blueprints Update, the Fenyr SuperSport could be obtained by assembling the car after collecting 20 Legendary W Motors Fenyr SuperSport BPs. Assembly takes 18 hours to complete but can be skipped for up to 500. However, as of December 26, 2018, the blueprints for this car were made unobtainable, making the Fenyr impossible to unlock outside of its R&D event.
The W Motors Fenyr SuperSport was available as a limited-time offer between the following dates:
- October 11-14 2016
- December 23-26, 2016
- December 25 - 28, 2019: 14,250
- May 22 - 30, 2020: 15,000
- July 3 - 6, 2020: 14,000
- September 10 - 15, 2020: 15,500
- December 17 - 28, 2020: 15,500 (11% off)
- May 25 - June 1, 2021: 10,500 (40%)
Research & Development
- Main article: Research & Development/W Motors Fenyr SuperSport
The W Motors Fenyr SuperSport's Research & Development event was held on August 9, 2016 as the 12th R&D event after the Aston Martin One-77's EDD event. It has a total of 65 tests spanning 4 labs with a time limit of 15 days to complete.
The event was revived on the following dates:
- July 12, 2018 (in the Asphalt Moments Update as part of the Asphalt Moments Series).
- March 21, 2020 (in the 2020 Spring Update as part of an Asphalt Moments series).
|Research & Development|
|Events||Lamborghini Huracán • Lamborghini Egoista • Peugeot SR1 • ED Design Torq|
Alfa Romeo 4C (September 2016) • BMW 3.0 CSL Hommage • Mosler Super GT • Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe Touring Car 2014 • W Motors Fenyr Supersport • GT by CITROEN • Arash AF10 • Renault Alpine Celebration • Lotus Evora Sport 410 • Porsche 911 GT3 RS • KTM 1290 Super Duke R • Ducati SuperSport S • Peugeot RCZ R • Suzuki Hayabusa • McLaren 650S GT3 • Pagani Huayra BC • BMW S 1000 RR • Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition • Yamaha YZF-R6 • Apollo Intensa Emozione • Rimac Concept S • Mazda RX-8 Special Edition • Zenvo TS1 GT 10th Anniversary Edition • Maserati Alfieri • Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 RR my2017 • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupé Black Series • Hyundai i30 N • Lamborghini Centenario • Infiniti Vision GT • Nissan 370Z Special Edition • Ducati XDiavel S • TVR Sagaris Special Edition • BMW i8 Coupe • Zeus Twelve Sigma • Ferrari F60 America • Rezvani Beast X • Pininfarina H2 Speed • McLaren 600LT • Aston Martin Vantage 2018 • Ford GT 2017 • Koenigsegg Regera • Infiniti Project Black S • Pontiac Solstice GXP • Rimac C Two • Acura NSX GT3 Evo • Lamborghini Aventador SVJ • Aston Martin DBS Superleggera • Ferrari 812 Superfast •
|Fenyr SuperSport • Lykan HyperSport|