While many may still ponder over the pronunciation of Koenigsegg, auto enthusiasts are drooling over the $6 million Koenigsegg One:1. Collectors with deep pockets are racing ahead to grab the supercar that was used by the Koenigsegg factory to develop the extremely rare and extreme performance One:1 model, the world’s first Megacar.koenigsegg_one1_1There are only seven Koenigsegg One:1, of which six are production cars and one development car #00 which is the car that is put up for sale. Flaunting chassis number #7106, this incredibly rare and historic vehicle was used to debut the One:1 programme at the Geneva Motorshow in 2014.koenigsegg_one1_topWhile Koenigsegg has sold all six of the production One:1’s, each sporting a $2.8 million base price tag, this is the last opportunity to own the one-off beast which is available for $6 million through SuperVettura, the Swedish automaker’s official distributor in the United Kingdom.koenigsegg_one1_interiorIt is the same One:1 that has been used by Christian von Koenigsegg and his dedicated team as a test bed to develop ground breaking technology such as active pre-set up utilizing 4G network and GPS geo-tagging, Koenigsegg active chassis, Koenigsegg active eero, variable turbo geometry, 3D printed titanium parts, 3D printed turbo housing and revolutionary new carbon lay up technology.koenigsegg_one1_rear

Boasting of 1400 BHP with 1,360kgs, it is the world’s first car with over 1 horsepower per kilo. It is also the world’s fastest accelerating car to 300 Km/h, as well as 0-300-0 and it is the fastest production car to ever lap Spa Francorchamps and Suzuka. The record-breaking Koenigsegg One:1 supercar is all set to hit the roads in January 2016.

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