The BHP Project has been documenting online for several months the manufacturing process of their Koenigsegg One:1.

The BHP Project has been documenting online for several months the manufacturing process of their Koenigsegg One:1.

Just nine production units will ever be built and sold (plus prototype) and this will be the only one to get a right-hand drive configuration, despite the renders showing a LHD layout. The exterior will wear a combination of clear and blue tinted carbon with triple layered pearlescent white stripes. Delivery will take place early next year through SuperVettura, the official Koenigsegg dealer.

Billed as the first megacar the world, the 1,341 kg Koenigsegg One:1 made its debut earlier this year at Geneva Motor Show packing a twin-turbo V8 5.0-liter engine outputting 1,341 HP (1,000 KW) and 1,371 Nm (1,011 lb-ft) of torque.

It's characterized as being the "world's fastest homologated production car" with a simulated maximum speed of 273 mph (440 km/h) which hopefully will be tested in real life conditions. The 0 - 248.5 mph (0 - 400 km/h) sprint takes approximately 20 seconds and coming to a full stop from that speed is done in 10 seconds thanks to 397mm front / 380mm ventilated ceramic disc brakes with six- and four-piston calipers, respectively.

There's no word about the price tag but you can be sure it's one of the most expensive cars ever.

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