What does the person who builds the stupidest supercars in the world choose for his wheels? In case Swedish Christian von Königsegghe chooses Toyota GR Yaris, now you buy the same car (fantasy) to park next to Jesko or Regera.
The name of the beautiful supercar king is one of the two names in the magazine that now owns this gorgeous black hot hatch. Assembling cars auction site. It was registered in Sweden in December 2020, but probably the Koenigsegg 1.6-liter three-cylinder engine has 261 hp. (265 horsepower) was a bit disappointing, as it has only 10,730 km (6,667 miles) per hour.
The Koenigsegg hot hatch is 900 hp. (913 PS) or so it is interesting to speculate that it would have been adjusted and modified beforehand, but this is the bone stock of Yaris. But it looks great with its precious black paint and has ordered an additional Circuit Pack kit that includes red brake calipers mounted behind 18-inch forged alloy wheels, adjustable suspension components and the most important front and rear slip differentials.
Even the power of the three-cylinder engine is equal to that of the twin-turbo Jesko Absolut 1578 hp. (1600 PS) Although it looks a little softer compared to the power, it is still fast enough to entertain. The Toyota can reach 62 mph (100 km / h) in 5.5 seconds and is electronically limited to 142 mph (230 km / h).
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The list says that Yaris is in good condition, but “there are some stone fragments on the front, which, unfortunately, are noticeable due to the black paint. You’d think von Königsgg would have installed a clean film on his production team, but he probably thought it was a cheap hooligan for running, so he didn’t bother.
We don’t know how much the Koenigsegg connection will add to the price of this car if it adds anything. But the GR Yaris, which has no links to the supercar world, costs about € 40,000-45,000 ($ 42,000-47,000) and is available in this car. has already priced € 30,750 ($ 32,523). five days left. Do you pay a premium for this car based on its ownership history? Leave a comment and let us know.