The Koenigsegg One:1 is, quite frankly, ridiculous. Its weight clocks in at 1360 kilograms. Horsepower is also 1360. The high-tech suspension uses GPS to adjust for each corner of the race track. It has active aerodynamics and an estimated top speed of 450 km/h.
The price tag is equally ridiculous. All six examples of the One:1 sold before it made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in 2014. But if you missed your chance to snag one back then, there’s one more on the market: the factory prototype, available for the paltry sum of US$6 million.
Needless to say, this model has taken a beating. Not only was it on display at Geneva, it served as a test bed for later models and set several records on the track. This One:1 has a roll cage and lacks some of the weight savings found on the production cars, but is said to be undergoing an “extensive factory refresh” before being delivered to its new owner.
If you’re prepared to cough up the cash, the world’s last Koenigsegg One:1 could be yours as soon as next month.