Gumball 3000 Visits Koenigsegg


Swedish supercar factory was the first stop on the six-day cross-European tour.

The Hoff waved the starting flag outside Copenhagen’s Town Hall on Sunday, setting the 120 supercars in the Gumball rally off on their 3,000-mile European road trip. The first stop on the thirteen-country, six-day tour was the Koenigsegg factory in Angleholm, Sweden, just a short sprint north from the Danish capital. Plenty of fans braved the wet conditions to marvel at the sumptuous metal taking a quick time out there before heading to Stockholm to meet the Swedish king. They are currently somewhere in Eastern Europe, and will pass through Italy before ending in Monte Carlo.

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