And when asked what car was easier to sell, Koenigsegg or Pagani:This year, thus far we have sold 4 used Koenigsegg and 4 (almost 5 just give me a couple of weeks!) new Koenigsegg. With regards the used cars we have returned the people we have bought the car from a profit over and above what they initially purchased the car for.
That is fine - anyone who knows us, knows we are quite the open book. Had you asked me pre-2012 what was the easier to sell or given £XXXk what would I have purchased for stock (remembering I have been a Koenigsegg dealer for a long time) I would not have hesitated to say Zonda.
Ask me today - without hesitation, a Koenigsegg.
Something has changed not just here in the UK but in Europe too, Koenigsegg is outselling new Pagani by an incredible margin.
VIN for #023 would be nice!Tommy seems like a great guy, I've read his stuff over there before. He reached out to me many months ago, wondering if he could assist in any way with my Registry. I replied positively, with the hope a dialogue would be opened with him. But unfortunately I never heard back from him after that. I guess he's been busy selling Koenigseggs!
They are cleaning it! I guess it was bad PR for Chinese government to have pictures of a dirty Koenigsegg "leaking" :^)Koenigsegg Agera R BLT in a Car-Wash Room in ZhanJiang, Guangdong. It was the one that confiscated by China Customs.
Not sure it's really on the road, it would be incredibly expensive on Danish LP, it used to be on Luzern (LU) plates for some time and import? Schwyz (SZ) in 2010. If you live in Denmark you can't really use a car registered on foreign plates (just very limited, like to and from the workshop for repairs and such) ..Wonderful to see #002 on the roads.
It's not restricted for foreigners, just for the Danes (so that they can't drive around in a car on Swedish or German LP to avoid the huge price for Danish LP). Don't know why the Blue color was altered, probably CvK liked it to be silver because that's his first choice.I did not know its so restricted to drive a car on foreign plates in Denmark. Speaking about #002 why was the blue changed? I liked the blue on it too.