Rare and expensive as they are, it’s not every day that you see a Koenigsegg out in the wild – let alone more than a dozen. But that’s just what locals in Scandinavia were treated to recently as the supercar manufacturer held its first owners’ tour.
The meet-up brought together 13 owners and their Swedish supercars for several days of crisscrossing between Sweden and neighboring Denmark. The attendance represented more than 10 percent of all the vehicles Koenigsegg has ever made. That gives you an idea of just how exclusive Koenigseggs are; if rival Bugatti got 10 percent of just the Veyrons it has made together in place, the gathering would be over three times as large.
As you might expect of a trip planned for multi-millionaires, the itinerary included dining at the finest restaurants and staying at the swankiest hotels. But it also included speeding along back-roads, a visit to the factory, and even a track session.
Two more supercars joined the owners on the track, including Christian von Koenigsegg himself, keen to promote the new all-electric Regera. That’s a heck of a lot of horsepower in one place, but those of us not fortunate enough to have taken part can still check out the action in the 27 photos and two videos below.