Making its North American debut during Classic Car Week in Monterey, California is the Koenigsegg One:1 megacar. It’s made its way to the United States packing 1,360 hp and accolades including the world’s fastest 0-300 kmh time and record laps at Suzuka and Francorchamps.
“Classic Car Week in Monterey is the highlight of the classic and enthusiast motorist’s calendar in the United States and it is a pleasure for Koenigsegg to be part of such a prestigious week,” said Christian von Koenigsegg, founder and CEO of Koenigsegg Automotive, in a blog post from the automaker August 7. “To be able to present the One:1 at Monterey is extremely satisfying, a great chance to introduce Koenigsegg’s pinnacle performance car to the American market.”
The car in California is one of just six One:1s that will ever be created. What’s more, it is actually the last of the six to be made.
For those who won’t be able to see a One:1 in person in the near future, RobTheCarSpotter has a great video of the car being loaded into its trailer after the 2014 Goodwood Festivals of Speed. That process requires a lot of patience and precision. What’s more, imagine that they just flew the One:1 over here to the United States, having to possibly load and unload multiple times. You can check out this video below.
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(Source: Koenigsegg, YouTube, Facebook)