In many cars 100,000 km on the odometer are not a figure of concern. But I I urge you to do an Internet search and find a super sports car of the caliber of the Bugatti Veyron with a mileage similar. A maintenance prohibitive and accelerated wear tend to be reasons why very few supercars have “kilometradas”. A dealer specialized in supercars puts selling a Koenigsegg One:1 with over 100,000 km, for a price is really astronomical. But what is certain is that this One:1 hides many secrets.
Supervettura, a dealer of supercars, has released a Koenigsegg One:1 is very special.
This car has been the drive of pre-production that Koenigsegg has been used to carry out the development of all the systems and capabilities of your program One:1. The supercar most radical of the Swedish brand was the first to release a huge amount of advanced technologies, as well as the first to brand new its engine, capable of developing a whopping 1.361 CV, a MW. Without hybridization or moderneces: a V8 5.0-liter with two gigantic turbochargers, to move a weight of 1.360 kg 1 HP/kg – One:1.
own Christian von Koenigsegg has personally supervised this project and has been responsible for part of the 100,000 km that the car has suffered in all kinds of environments, to ensure reliability in daily use. With chassis number P7106, this car’s development was in charge of beating the world record for 0-300-0, in a few dizzying 17,95 seconds. No other supercar in existence about this figure, even more praiseworthy if we consider that the One:1 doesn’t even have awd.
Under the law “Show and Display”, Supervettura intends to sell it in the US, to whoever is willing to pay $ 6 million.
it was Also the unit that beat the lap record for production cars at Suzuka and Spa. In this last circuit, the car was not able to squeeze your power to the max per the stringent norms of noise pollution. Other of the innovations introduced by Koenigsegg on the One:1 were turbochargers of variable geometry, both aerodynamics and suspensions active, titanium parts created with a 3D printer or wheels constructed entirely in carbon fiber.
A suspension system called Triplex – in homage to the bestial White Triplex of the end of the year 20 – was another key innovation to keep at bay the power of the car. The structure of carbon fiber of the car was also developed ad hoc, especially for the One:1, vastly more powerful than other Koenigsegg. price of 5.5 million euros is excessive, but is justified in the historical baggage and sentimental of this unit. Or you could buy two Bugatti Veyron.