Koenigsegg Considering “Entry Level” Supercar Starting At $650,000
The term “entry level” usually refers to the cheapest of cheap in an automaker's lineup. It’s about as bare bones stock as you’re gonna get. And the good thing is, it usually costs enough for the average buyer. But Koenigsegg’s aren’t built for the average buyer, thus, the term “entry level” in Koenigsegg’s vocabulary still equates to six figures and 600+ horsepower (at least). So, how does $650K sound for entry level? According to Motoring.com.au, in a recent interview with CEO Christian Von Koenigsegg, a cheaper alternative to the $1M Agera is apparently in the works. PHOTOS: See More of the 2014 Koenigsegg Agera One:1
Like the Agera, the new supercar will still retain its exclusivity. Considering it would have a high six-figure price tag, it would only be a select few owners able to afford this Swedish beast. And at $650K, that’s much more expensive than cars like the Lamborghini Aventador ($375,000) or Ferrari 458 ($275,000).
Either way, Koenigsegg hopes that its new supercar will be a step further into the already successful run the automaker is having. Even with each of its cars spanning $1M+, it’s reported that the company still makes a profit.
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