Supercar owners’ tours are nothing new. Over the last few years, we’ve witnessed McLaren gather a flock of F1s, Pagani parade 13 cars around Tuscany, and Lamborghini clog the streets of Italy with many, many Miuras. But, for Koenigsegg, owner tours are a new thing.
Recently, Christian von Koenigsegg sent an email to all his owners asking whether they’d like to go on an extended jaunt for a rather special road trip. The route would see them start in Copenhagen, Denmark, before hopping over the border to Koenigsegg’s Angelholm factory and circuit for some skidding about, before popping back and finishing back where they started in Copenhagen.
Just over ten percent of owners responded, which admittedly, doesn’t sound like much. But given Koenigsegg has only produced 150-ish cars in the last 14 years (each one takes a month to build remember and they’re furiously expensive) 14 cars isn’t a bad haul. Especially when they’re all in the same place at the same time.
So open your eyes wide and look at the variety on display above, including everything from early CCs all the way to the mad 1,500bhp Regera. Not a bad way to kick off the inaugural gathering, eh?