The accident is the more expensive of the Nürburgring: the Koenigsegg One:1 star looking for the record of the Nordschleife

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Despite the fact that the Koenigsegg One:1 has a bar really high, the limits imposed by the physics should always be taken into account, also in circuit. Today, the supercar Swedish has undergone a spectacular and spectacular accident at the Nürburgring with extensive material damage.

Fortunately there is not any unfortunate personal injury: your pilot has been able to move out on her own foot. This unit of the pre-production of the Koenigsegg One:1 -one of the seven manufactured until the time – it has become very damaged after going off of the asphalt in the area of the Adenauer Forst on the Nordschleife, landing behind the guard rails to get to much speed to this area from the previous Fuchsröhre.

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As you can see in the spy photos, this Koenigsegg One:1 has been withdrawn by the crane and will be difficult to fix: beyond its body to appreciate significant damage to its structure and engine. It has even been burned as a result of the accident, although the fire has been extinguished quickly thanks to the emergency team. Recall that the One:1 will be one of the most expensive cars in the world, and each unit will have a price of 2.8 million euros plus taxes.

it will Also be one of the vehicles of fastest production of the story, if not the most -with the permission of the new Bugatti Chiron-. 1.340 horsepower for a weight of 1.340 kg: one kilogram for each horse to a Koenigsegg One:1 that already holds the record for acceleration and braking 0-300-0 km/h, and that is able to overcome the 450 km/h.

This missile ground-to-ground had already suffered the first accident in another area of the Nordschleife during the past year, but the Koenigsegg One:1 will continue to search for the record on the Nürburgring next to its driver, Robert Serwanski: we can wait less than seven minutes, beating the 6:57 Porsche 918 Spyder, the fastest currently on the Green Hell among the supercars of production homologated for road.