2019 Koenigsegg Regera

Not sold at a high bid of
$2,600,000 - $2,900,000
Est. Range
Lot Number
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. YT9NN1U14KA007175. Crystal White and Clear Carbon over brown leather. 5.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 with Koenigsegg Direct Drive hybrid system, optional clear carbon finishes, optional graphics package with 24-karat golf leaf detail, "Aircore" carbon wheels.

Evaluation: One of 80 built. The first to appear at public auction. Sold new in Chicago, reportedly with $376,825 in optional equipment.

Bottom Line: This is obviously a very fast (0-250-0 mph in 31.49 seconds), very exotic, and very expensive car. It will always be desirable, but the reported high bid here seems perfectly fair. The window sticker reads $2,518,114, and adding in buyer’s premium at the reported high bid would have put the final price at well over that amount. Over at Gooding’s online “Scottsdale” sale on the same day, another Regera went unsold at a notably similar $2.56M high bid. That’s as good an indication as any for what people are willing to pay to own one of these Swedish hypercars.

by Andrew Newton
5 February 2021
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