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We’ve heard from the folks at Koenigsegg regarding last week’s listing of expensive cars from Digital Trends, and it turns out that while to Koenigsegg One:1 might not have moved on the list, it actually is a bit more costly.
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We’ve heard from the folks at Koenigsegg regarding last week’s listing of expensive cars from Digital Trends, and it turns out that while to Koenigsegg One:1 might not have moved on the list, it actually is a bit more costly.

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As we’ve learned: “the actual base price of the Koenigsegg One:1 is actually 2,85 million USD before taxes and options, all of them have ended up costing over 3 million USD.”

So what is it about the car that makes it so special? How about a production program that calls for the production of six vehicles?

Or a 5.0-liter V8 that produces 1 mW of power at 7,500 rpm—as in 1,341 hp?

This is a two-seater with a high-modulus carbon fiber chassis and carbon-fiber body. The whole thing, including half a tank of gas and all of its fluids, weighs just 1,360 kg (2,998 lb.).

Oh, and it goes from 0 to 400 km/h (248.5 mph) in 20 seconds.

Seems like for approximately $3-million you can get a road-hugging rocket ship.

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