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Koenigsegg Regera Paint Job Costs as Much as an M3

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Koenigsegg has introduced the Regera to the world, and we are all as excited as can be. It packs a unique electric and combustion engine drivetrain that produces over 1,500 hp, prompting the Swedish manufacturer to announce that it is the fastest and highest-powered series production car ever. But, with such great accolades, comes hefty price tags.

The car itself has a starting price of $1,890,000, and that is before you calculate in taxes, fees and options. If you decide to drop the dollars on the car, but change your mind on your model’s paint finish after the cut-off date, chosen by Koenigsegg, you’ll have to pay even more.

Koenigsegg Regera

According to a March 11 post by Carbuzz.com, who spoke with Koenigsegg’s Sales Directors, Andreas Petre and Tariq Ali, customers who change their mind about the paint after the cut-off date will have to fork over €60,000 (approx. $63,000).

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To put this into perspective, here’s a list of cars you could buy instead of changing the color of your Regera. Which one of these cars would you rather have instead of the paint job? Let us know in the comments section below.

Audi A7 – MSRP $68,300

Audi A7

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BMW M3 – MSRP $62,000

BMW M3

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Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG – MSRP $63,000

Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG

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Maserati Ghibli – MSRP $69,800

Maserati Ghibli

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Porsche Boxster S – MSRP $63,900
Porsche Cayman S – MSRP $64,100

Porsche Boxster S and Cayman S

Land Rover Range Rover Sport – MSRP $63,350

Range Rover Sport

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(Source: Carbuzz)

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