2021 Koenigsegg Regera with “Candy” Image is what we bring to the auction selection trailer

This bright red 1500 plane will fire eyeballs before forcing them into the back of its driver’s skull.

A 2021 Koenigsegg Regera in Candy Liquid Blue color is for sale at Bring Trailer until Tuesday, April 4. Regera and BaT are one of 80 examples built by Koenigsegg from 2016 to 2021, this example costs $3,277,636 new, including more than $1 million in options.

Its hybrid powertrain consists of three electric motors and a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that combine for 1,500 horsepower (or about 1,757 hp on E85 gas). bring a trailer badge

Let’s be clear: I can’t afford a multi-million dollar hypercar like the 2021 Koenigsegg Regera currently for sale on Bring a Trailer, which, like the car and driver, is owned by Hearst Autos. Heck, I can make money on most machines on BaT. That said, I still spend hours thinking about what I would buy if I could.

For sure, this sparkling Swedish mystery caught my eye. Its 90’s custom color is funky called Candy Liquid Blue. It features a gold-plated accent that matches the many things hidden under Regera’s skin. Open its scissor-style doors and step into a small high-rise cockpit where most of the surface is exposed in carbon fiber or covered in rich leather.


The only thing that detracts from this well-designed cabin is the digital gauge cluster and the graphics-based touchscreen. The Koenigsegg Regera is one of the best plug-in hybrids on the planet. At its heart is a 1,100-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V8, with two petrol engines and three electric motors that make a total of 700 horsepower.

However, since the system is higher in different areas, the total output of the Regera is 1500 horsepower. This power is transferred through a high-speed transmission, which is designed to save weight and limit the power lost through the transmission. In 2019, Koenigsegg set the record for the fastest speed from zero to 249 mph in zero.

He did it in the said 31.49 seconds, we have shown you the required YouTube video. This 2021 Regera on Weta Trailer has the original Monroney price sticker, which (for most of us under some tax incentives) may b

e the first and only time we’ll know about these price drops. Out of the box, Koenigsegg charged more than $2 million for the Regera.

After a bunch of “must have” options, such as power upgrades around $250,000 (total horsepower goes from 1500 to around 1757 hp when E85 is burning) and the Ghost package from $285,000 (various aero addenda which offers 20% less), the final MSRP is $3,277,636.

Regera’s listing still has 10 days until the auction ends, and the final bid was $2.6 million, so there’s still plenty of time to meet or exceed its original price. In the meantime, it’s another reminder that it’s not because I can’t afford such a beast that doesn’t taste good.