The Koenigsegg One:1 is one of the fastest, most powerful and rarest cars in the world. Only six of the “megacars” were built and all sold by the time it was unveiled at Geneva 2014.
However a rather interesting listing has been posted on SuperVettura’s website that features a seventh Koenigsegg One:1.
The One:1 in question is in fact the factory prototype that has been used by Christian von Koenigsegg and his skilled team to develop the One:1 program that showcases the ultimate evolution of the Koenigsegg Agera.
The Koenigsegg One:1 produces a megawatt of power with 1,341 hp coming from it’s 5.0L twin-turbo V8. The One:1 has had a host of aero and chassis upgrades to lighten it and ensure it’s properly planted to the road. It is the world’s first car with 1 hp per kilo.
This development model which is development car #00 was used to debut the One:1 at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show as well as setting production car lap records at Spa and Suzuka.
As well as this model doing the very lap records it also developed Koenigsegg’s active aero, active chassis. 3D printed titanium parts and 3D printed turbo housing.
SuperVettura who are based here in the UK have stated that this factory prototype will undergo an extensive factory refresh before its eventual delivery to the buyer in January 2016.
Interested? Well there is the small matter of the price to discuss. It’s $6 million. Yes six million US dollars. That is roughly £4 million.
However even at such a pricey outlay, the Koenigsegg One:1 is the world’s first megacar. It’s a unique package with only six models, soon to be seven models, sold to customers. You’d be lucky to see one on the road, even more so to own one.