The first Koenigsegg Owners’ Tour took place in July 2016 with the Koenigsegg owner family gathering in Copenhagen, Denmark. The group then spent time touring through south-west Sweden and then back to Kokkedal, in Denmark.
Koenigseggs are particularly rare machines, the company doesn’t build many, and the ones they do aren’t built quickly. This rarity makes the company’s inaugural Koenigsegg gathering a special event. The event attracted 13 cars and their owners. To put into perspective how few Koenigseggs are in the world, the cars at the event represented just over 10 percent of the company’s total production. That means there are fewer than 150 cars on the planet.
When you learn that Koenigsegg only builds about one car a month, it becomes easier to understand the small numbers. That slow production has also led to quite a backlog. According to a recent tweet from the company, if you were to order a car today, you wouldn’t get it until two and a half years later. However on the plus side the tweet also indicated that Koenigsegg wants to expand production.