With just 80 ever made, this is unlikely to sell at a bargain price.
The car is beautifully specified, with a fully exposed bicolor carbon fiber body in silver and black, accented by red detailing. Inside, the monochromatic theme is continued with loads more naked carbon fiber contrasted by touches of white quilted leather and a touch of teal in the center console.
As one of just 80 Regeras ever made, this is certain to fetch a high price. But there's so much more to the Regera than just its rarity that makes it one of the most sensational cars ever made.
The Regera is powered by a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine assisted by three electric motors. All in all, the monstrous power plant produces 1,489 horsepower and 1,475 lb-ft of torque. And if that's not special enough, the transmission is a one-speed unit that would best be described as a permanent seventh gear without the lag.
This translates to 0-60 mph in under 2.8 seconds and a limited top speed of 255 mph, and slowing down is impressive, too, with the Regera setting a new world record when it achieved 0-249-0 mph in just over 31 seconds.
And like all other Koenigsegg 'megacars' (the term founder Christian von Koenigsegg uses to define his incomparable hypercar killers), each Regera has been tested at high speed before delivery, so you know it's capable of delivering on its claims.
The Regera is also pretty handy on a track, but we doubt many will be interested in testing its limits. So few were made, and used examples rarely come up for sale. When they do, the asking price is seldom listed. When new, the Regera had a base price of $1.89 million.
Factor in the unique transmission, the spectacular power plant, and the carbon fiber construction, not to mention that Koenigseggs of all sorts are handbuilt and have long waiting lists, and we wouldn't be surprised if this Regera, with the lowest mileage we've seen to date, sells for double its original asking price. Worth it? Absolutely.