There’s a Koenigsegg One:1 for Sale in Miami for $5 Million
It's one of just seven in existence.
It takes a true automotive diehard—or at least someone with ocean-deep pockets—to spend $5 million on a car. But it's a bit easier to make a case for dropping that kind of dough when you're talking about the super-rare Koenigsegg One:1 supercar.
The multi-million dollar supercar seen here is currently on sale at Prestige Imports in North Miami Beach, Florida. This One:1 is one of seven in the world, and the dealership claims it is the only one in America (another example may have been spotted in New York last year, but to us, it looks like the same car). It has almost 500 miles on the odometer, according to the dealership.
A salesman with Prestige Imports told The Drive that in the two weeks the 1,341 horsepower supercar has sat in its showroom, the dealership has seen significant interest from potential buyers. But for now, the car is still available to anyone with a bank account large enough and a desire to reach a theoretical top speed of 273 miles per hour.
Though the luxury car seller would not comment on where it got the car from, The Drive did a little digging and was able to track down a portion of the car's pedigree. Based on our research, this One:1 appears to be chassis number 112—the last One:1 built by the Swedish automaker, MotorAuthority reports. That car reportedly landed in America in August of 2015, and was shown off to the public during Monterey car week that year. Following that, the car apparently made its way into the hands of Miami-based tuning company The Auto Firm, which took delivery in of the car in December, according to Carscoops.
Back in December 2015, The Drive reported on another one of the seven Koenigsegg One:1s that went up for sale. That car was originally Koenigsegg's test mule, and at the time was going for $6 million. That means this one is pretty much a bargain, right?