Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita hypercar can be leasedOctober 30, 2020
One of two copies of the Swedish hypercar Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita, the Californian company iLusso put up for sale. At the same time, you cannot buy a car, but you can lease it.
For example, Luxury Lease Partners offers a car lease for $ 24,000 a month with an initial payment of $ 650,000 for a 60-month period.
After simple calculations, you can find out that over five years, $ 1.44 million will be spent on lease payments, plus $ 650,000 in down payment. And it is not known whether Luxury Lease Partners will provide the lessee with the opportunity to purchase the Swedish hypercar at the end of the lease term.
It is worth mentioning that the lease payments of $ 1.44 million over five years are much less than the Bugatti Chiron Sport rental would have to pay. As the author of the Youtube channel DragTimes recently found out, renting a French supercar costs $ 52,196 per month under a 3-year agreement for a total of $ 1.87 million. Alternatively, the model can be rented for $ 65,950 for one year for a total of $ 1.58 million
Note that the Chiron Sport is more modern than the Koenigsegg, but that doesn’t mean the CCXR Trevita is still not an attractive car. Its 1,018-horsepower 4.8-liter twin-turbo V8 engine makes it faster than many current supercars and hypercars.
In addition, it was recently reported that 43-year-old Holden Torano went on sale at the cost of three new BMW M3 cars. It is worth saying that for this car you will have to pay 425 thousand Australian dollars.
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