The latest out of Sweden’s Koenigsegg is the Agera S. Presented in 2013, the S was specifically manufactured for markets lacking E85 biofuel. Power is supplied from a 5.0 L V8 twin-turbocharged which is cranking out 1,016 bhp. In 2013 one Agera S was the 100th Koenigsegg ever produced, celebrated by a special built car with gold leaf inlays named “Hundra” (Swedish for hundred). Recently, an Agera S was sold in Singapore for the price of $4.2 million.
The official successor to the Gallardo was presented by Lamborghini earlier this week. The Aventador-design of the Huracán is coupledl with a 5.2 liter V10 engine putting out 610 horsepower. Curiously enough, the car comes loaded with fuel-saving features including start-stop system and according to Lamborghini it is capable of a 18.5 miles per gallon. No word on pricing yet but expect it to cost more than the outgoing Gallardo.
Until this point, TheBillionaireShop have been an entity of sales, but with the Christmas spirit in our hearts we’ve decided we want to give something back, a Christmas present if you will.
As you might have figured out from the topic, it’s not ordinary price. It might be our favorite car, featured on the blog several times in different shapes and forms – The Lamborghini Aventador (scroll down just a bit).
To determine who deserves it the most or who wishes the hardest, TheBillionaireShop have implemented a nifty little facial recognition-feature. People can enter the competition either by wishing as hard as they possibly can on theirwebcam, or simply by buying a ticket.
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The latest and the best from the legendary Italian automobile house. Some might consider it old news this time around but it still deserves its own little space on the billionaire shop. In line with the latest hybrid-trend, the $1.3M LaFerrari derives its power from both a V12 and an electric engine. It is the most powerful Ferrari ever produced and the new hybrid technology decreases overall fuel consumption by 40%.
LaFerrari utilizes a carbon fiber monocoque structure developed by Ferrari’s F1 technical director Rory Byrne, with a claimed 27 percent more torsional rigidity and 22 percent more beam stiffness than the Enzo.
The first LaFerrari in UK, owned by Samuel Eto’o, is set to hit the streets any day now, just in time for Christmas.