If you order now, you will also have to wait for at least 2021 to get a Koenigsegg from Swedish supercar maker.
The Tesla Model 3 has attracted attention as the wait list lasted for 2 years. But the Koenigsegg supercar represents the biggest challenge for customers when they wait 4-5 years, according to Road & Track.
But even if half a decade has elapsed, customers still have the option of owning a Koenigsegg Regera or Agera RS for more than $2 million. The supercar maker sets the target at the highest level of effort but only reaches 25 units a year as planned this year.
The Koenigsegg Regera is limited to 80 cars. The twin-turbo 5.0 V8 combines three electric engine and a direct-drive gearbox instead of a traditional transmission. Combined power up to 1,500 horsepower and maximum speed of nearly 450 km/h.
Hybrid supercar also has many unique features such as 3G connectivity, WiFi with application control, software upgrades, and setting up pre-active frames, multimedia displays, and connected displays. Car Play, six-way power seats, lightweight carbon … Each Regera is priced at $1.89 million.
The Koenigsegg Agera RS is even rarer with only 25 cars, with 10 of them sold before launch in 2015. The Agera RS is based on Agera, but the roof is removable and place in trunk of the car. Super speed product is equipped with 5 liter turbocharged twin-turbo V8 engine for a capacity of 1,160 kW at 7,800 rpm and maximum torque of 1,280 Nm at 4,100 rpm. The engine combines a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox with a gear shift on the steering wheel and the rear-wheel drive.
The 1.4-ton supercar accelerates from 0-100 km / h after only 2.5 seconds before reaching top speed of about 440 km/h. Compared to rivals like the Ferrari LaFerrari or the Porsche 918 Spyder, the Agera RS is not only more powerful, but also rarer and more expensive at around $2.3 million.