Koenigsegg Regera’s Custom Keyfob Is Probably More Expensive Than Your Car

The Koenigsegg Regera costs almost $2 million, so it needs to be pretty darn impressive to attract enthusiasts with deep pockets.

With a twin-turbo 5.0-liter V8 paired to three electric motors, which pump out a combined output of over 1,500hp and 2,000Nm (1,475lb-ft) of torque, it definitely has the performance box ticked – and then some…

Officially, it needs only 2.7 seconds for the 0 to 100km/h (0-62mph) acceleration, and flat out, it will do 410km/h (255mph). Koenigsegg has announced that the Regera will be a limited run of only 80 units, all of which have been sold since last summer.

Watch: Chirstian von Koenigsegg explains what makes the Regera a technological masterpiece

Even though it’s not new, it’s still displayed in various automotive events across the globe. It was taken to the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, last month, and it currently sits under the spotlight at the New York Auto Show, where visitors will have the chance to see it until April 8.

A megacar, as Koenigsegg has dubbed the Regera, surely needs a megakey, too. The one in the example on display at NYC is decorated with 18K pink gold and diamonds. It comes from a company specialized in automotive jewelry and, as you can see right below, can be ordered with different finishes, though we guess that each will cost more than your car. Or your home…

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  • CJKnox

    ” Koenigsegg Regera’s Custom Keyfob Is Probably More Expensive Than Your Car ”

    Congrats rich people, congrats.


    • Dr Strangefingger

      Maybe it’s just me, but in the last year I’ve seen some of the most ridiculously priced crap… seriously reminds me of the years leading up to late 07. Peak economic cycle people. Here we go again…

  • Well certainly nothing new, they’ve been doing this for years.

  • pcurve

    are we supposed to take offense at the title? haha

  • PK

    rolls royce price tags ain’t got nothing on koenigsegg!


  • Balcis

    you can dimp&cover anything with gold and diamonds and there’s nothing interesting at that at all. if it has some exceptional technology and ability to do unusual stuff than I understand why it’s more expensive than my car. rest is pure stupidity.

  • Six_Tymes

    awesome car. hope to see a review one day. looks lovely in black

  • Vassilis

    I’d order mine in titanium and carbon fibre.

    • alexxx

      Me,pink gold and titanium🙂

  • TrevP

    I do like the bling!

  • Andrewthecarguy

    F90 M5 gets to 60 in the same time.
    How long before ‘regular’ super cars (sedans really) hit the 2.0 and below mark? 10 years?

  • smartacus

    Just the key to the Regera
    costs more than your Azera.

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