One of the most exclusive cars of the last decade is currently for sale. Auto Salon in Singen in southern Germany, renowned for their impressive collection of supercars had added a Koenigsegg Trevita to their stock list.
The Koenigsegg Trevita is one of the rarest members of the Koenigsegg family. “Trevita” is a Swedish abbreviation, which translates into “three whites”. The Swedish manufacturer has only produced three Trevitas in total, hence the name.
The body of the Koenigsegg Trevita — with removable hardtop — is made using a unique carbon fiber manufacturing technique where the individual fibers are coated in a diamond finish. When sunlight hits the car, it sparkles like millions of silvery white diamonds infused inside the visible carbon fiber weave bodywork.
The Trevita is based on the Koenigsegg CCXR, and therefore its 4.8-liter V8 engine produces 1,018hp and 1,080Nm of torque when running on biofuel. This enables the Swedish hypercar to accelerate from standstill to 100km/h in 2.9 seconds, and the 200km/h is reached within 8.75 seconds. Koenigsegg claims the top speed of the Trevita is 410+ km/h.
This rare, powerful and fast Koenigsegg has only driven 220km and is being offered for a price of € 1,450,000 (incl. taxes) or € 1,218,487 (excl. taxes). This could be regarded as a real bargain compared to the Trevita which was on sale for a whopping $ 5 million (!) in South Africa in 2009.
Interested? The advertisement can be found here.