Most Expensive Koenigsegg Cars

Find our list of the 3 most expensive Koenigsegg Cars.

1. Koenigsegg Gemera

  • Price: $1,700,000
  • Brand: Koenigsegg
  • Category: Cars
Koenigsegg Gemera

The Koenigsegg Gemera is a hybrid supercar produced by the Swedish manufacturer Koenigsegg. It was first introduced in March 2020 and is expected to be available in 2023. The Gemera is a four-seater car powered by a hybrid powertrain that combines a 2.0-liter three-cylinder engine with three electric motors to produce a combined output of 1,700 horsepower. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 1.9 seconds and has a top speed of 248 mph. The Gemera is also the first Koenigsegg model to feature a hybrid powertrain and is designed to be a more practical car that can be used for daily driving while still offering high performance.

2. Koenigsegg Jesko

  • Price: $3,000,000
  • Brand: Koenigsegg
  • Category: Cars
Koenigsegg Jesko

The Koenigsegg Jesko is a limited production mid-engine sports car produced by Swedish manufacturer Koenigsegg. It was first introduced at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show as the successor to the Koenigsegg Agera. The car is named after Jesko von Koenigsegg, the father of company founder Christian von Koenigsegg. It features a 5.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine that produces up to 1,600 horsepower on E85 fuel and 1,280 horsepower on regular gasoline. The Jesko has a top speed of over 300 mph and is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in under 2.5 seconds. It is also equipped with Koenigsegg's patented "Light Speed Transmission" (LST), a nine-speed multi-clutch gearbox capable of shifting at near light speed.

3. Koenigsegg CC850

  • Price: $3,700,000
  • Brand: Koenigsegg
  • Category: Cars
Koenigsegg CC850

The Koenigsegg CC850 is a limited production mid-engine sports car manufactured by the renowned Swedish automobile manufacturer, Koenigsegg. Unveiled on the 19th of August 2022 at Pebble Beach, California, this exceptional vehicle was created as a homage to the iconic CC8S. Designed to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first production CC8S, the CC850 was initially limited to 50 units in celebration of the company's founder, Christian von Koenigsegg's 50th birthday. However, due to increased demand, it was announced on the 25th of August 2022 that an additional 20 units would be built.


  • Powertrain: The CC850 shares the same engine as the Koenigsegg Jesko, with smaller turbochargers. This configuration delivers a power output of 1,185 PS (1,169 hp; 872 kW) @ 7,800 rpm on regular fuel, or 1,385 PS (1,366 hp; 1,019 kW) on E85. The peak torque stands at 1,385 N⋅m (1,022 lb⋅ft) @ 4,800 rpm.

  • Transmission: Koenigsegg's proprietary 9-speed Light Speed Transmission sends power to the rear wheels. The CC850 also features the Engage Shifter System, allowing drivers to simulate six gears of manual shifting with a physical clutch pedal, as opposed to paddle shifters.

  • Suspension: The CC850 utilizes a multilink front and rear suspension, consisting of double wishbones, hydraulic and gas-hydraulic shock absorbers, with Triplex dampers at the rear.

    • Wheels and Tires: Forged aluminum wheels (20" x 9.5" front, 21" x 12.25" rear) are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires (265/35R-20 front, and 325/30R-21 rear).

    • Braking System: Stopping power is provided by a set of 410 mm (16.1 in) 6-piston calipers on the front wheels and 395 mm (15.6 in) 4-piston calipers on the rear.

    Christian von Koenigsegg claims that with the Engage Shifter System, the CC850 "must be the fastest manual car around a racetrack I can think of". Despite sharing its name with the original CC8S, the CC850 does not share any components with its predecessor and is instead based on the Koenigsegg Jesko.