The Koenigsegg One:1 is a highly exclusive hypercar, with only seven units produced. The first One:1 serves as the functional prototype and remains in the company’s facilities in Angelholm, Sweden. The remaining six have found their way into the garages of fortunate collectors, often commanding substantial prices. It’s a rare sight to see one in public.
This particular Koenigsegg One:1, located in Marbella, Spain, is one of the three unique models featuring exposed carbon fiber bodywork. The car is capable of generating an impressive 2G of lateral force during corners and boasts a power output of 1 MW, equivalent to 1360 horsepower and 1371 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm, with a redline at 8,250 rpm.
Weighing in at 1,360 kilograms, the One:1 is capable of producing 610 kilograms of downforce at 260 km/h and a staggering 830 kilograms at 440 km/h, which is twice as much as the “humble” Agera R at 250 km/h.
As for performance, while Koenigsegg hasn’t officially disclosed its 0-100 km/h time or top speed, it claims that the One:1 can accelerate from 0 to 400 km/h (248 mph) in around 20 seconds and decelerate from 400 to 0 km/h in about 10 seconds. These numbers highlight the exceptional performance capabilities of this hypercar.