Quite a toy for anyone with an extra $1.9Mil+ laying around.
I wonder if it qualifies for the $7500 tax credit? LOL!
posted on 03/07/2015 1:46:40 PM PST
249mph? Not 250?
posted on 03/07/2015 1:52:05 PM PST
(One who commands, must obey.)
My very always question ...
posted on 03/07/2015 1:52:14 PM PST
(I say things that are true ... I have no proof ... but, they're true)
First gear, its all right
posted on 03/07/2015 1:52:25 PM PST
A website has some cool exhibitions with these world supercars, from Konigsegg, Bugatti, McKlaren, Porsche, Lambo, and others
Earlier version of Konigsegg smokes Bugatti, who previously held the top speed record for production cars.
I wonder if you die at 249mph as quickly as at 200mph? I mean, the carbon fiber probably explodes just about the same.
posted on 03/07/2015 2:01:15 PM PST
(I am intolerant of the intolerable.)
It would get stuck in my driveway and the gators would chew on the tires.
posted on 03/07/2015 2:01:54 PM PST
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"...powertrain with a total output of 1,500 horsepower..."
1500 - that's the same HP as the gas turbine engine that powers the 60-ton M1A1 Abrams main battle tank - that would be "ludicrous speed"!!
posted on 03/07/2015 2:03:16 PM PST
by Psalm 73
("Gentlemen, you can't fight in here - this is the War Room".)
Can’t wait to see this show up on Top Gear
posted on 03/07/2015 2:08:11 PM PST
(Creepy Ass Cracker)
If you buy it in Sweden you get the $7,500 tax credit. But that doesn’t do much to offset all of the $60,000 speeding tickets you’ll get.
posted on 03/07/2015 2:11:59 PM PST
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posted on 03/07/2015 2:14:44 PM PST
by Jack Hydrazine
(Pubbies = national collectivists; Dems = international collectivists; We need a second party!)
Sammy Hagar approves of this car. :-)
posted on 03/07/2015 2:18:34 PM PST
(Semper Fi - Revolution is a'brewin!!!)
Pretty impressive performance for a hybrid. (Of course, pretty spectacular for any car.)
I believe that the pure thoroughbred in the Keonigsegg stable is the One:1. Probably the greatest sports car that has ever been made and put into production. For a company which claims that it doesn't care about top speed, it sure makes some blindingly fast cars.
posted on 03/07/2015 2:35:11 PM PST
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"Quite a toy for anyone with an extra $1.9Mil+ laying around. "
And a long, very straight road. You do not want to hit a puddle or have to maneuver at that sort of speed.
and can reach its top speed 249 mph in less than 20 seconds.
posted on 03/07/2015 3:07:58 PM PST
by RC one
(Militarized law enforcement is just a politically correct way of saying martial law enforcement.)
Since it’s an alternative fuel vehicle do you get to drive it in the car pool lane?
posted on 03/07/2015 3:21:24 PM PST
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posted on 03/07/2015 4:02:06 PM PST
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They’re lying. Mine only does 243.
posted on 03/07/2015 4:29:56 PM PST
by cuban leaf
(The US will not survive the obama presidency. The world may not either.)
For "only" $136,000, I'll go with the BMW i8.
posted on 03/07/2015 5:05:12 PM PST
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To: jazusamo; ~Kim4VRWC's~; 1234; Abundy; Action-America; acoulterfan; AFreeBird; Airwinger; Aliska; ...
If you are hankering for a car with Apple's CarPlay installed, here's one for you. . . if you have some spare change set aside. A cool $1.9 million will let you take one home. Of course for that kind of money, you might want it to have more than just iOS connectivity. . . and this one sports Zero to 249 miles per hour in under 20 seconds. . . and it's a hybrid. 1500HP hybrid! PING!
Not an Apple car but one with Apple CarPlay Ping!
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posted on 03/07/2015 6:55:00 PM PST
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