Koenigsegg’s new Regera has been listed for sale by U.K. dealership SuperVettura in an online ad at Mobile.de (via AutoEvolution), with the asking price set at a staggering 2,100,010 euros with taxes. That equates to about $2.36 million at current exchange rates.
Of course, the Regera is one of the most exclusive supercars in production, with just 80 examples planned, and it also happens to be one of the fastest cars money can buy. According to the ad, delivery will only commence on December 1 of 2016. That makes sense as the Regera was only shown for the first time a couple of months ago at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
The car, whose name in Sweden means “to reign”, is a hybrid supercar combining Koenigsegg’s familiar twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V-8 with an electric drive system via a fluid coupling system, which when closed, links the two together. Combined output is an incredible 1,500 horsepower and 1,475 pound-feet of torque.
Koenigsegg calls this setup the Direct Drive, and it means the Regera’s engine speed and wheel speed rise in direct proportion. According to Koenigsegg, the engine’s 8,250-rpm redline corresponds to a top speed of 248 mph.
In a separate ad, SuperVettura is offering Koenigsegg’s other recent model debut, the Agera RS, which can be had for 1,920,000 euros ($2.16 million) with taxes.
SuperVettura, based in Sunningdale, England, has been appointed the main dealer for the Swedish supercar marque in the U.K. Over here, New York’s Manhattan Motorcars is your gateway to the land of Koenigsegg.