WATCH: R42.8m Koenigsegg CCXR spotted in SA


WATCH: R42.8m Koenigsegg CCXR spotted in SA

Photos of the Koenigsegg CCXR have been making rounds on social media after being shared on Instagram. The car is one of the four ever made.

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Social media was set abuzz after photos of a Koenigsegg CCXR made rounds on social media. Over the years, Mzansi has fast become a playground for several multi-millionaires, and they have wowed many with their life of glitz and glamour.

No doubt some of their exotic cars that boast exclusivity have hogged headlines from an R20 million Pagani Huayra to an R150 million Pagani Imola.



Photos of the Koenigsegg CCXR have gained thousands of comments and reactions since they dropped on the internet. The photos were first shared on Instagram. “1 of 4 Koenigseggs currently residing in South Africa…the epic CCXR that calls Johannesburg its home [sic],” posted pe_petrolheads.

Only four units of the Koenigsegg CCXR hit the market. However, one of the four ever-made was spotted in South Africa. The trending Koenigsegg CCXR has a Gauteng registration plate.

The Swedish automobile boasts exclusivity. Against the backdrop of the trending photos, Mzansi has been trying to connect the dots about the owner of the Koenigsegg CCXR and its price tag.

However, upon unveiling, the Koenigsegg CCXR had a price tag of R27.9 million. The last listed Koenigsegg CCXR had a price tag of R42.8 million. Who could be the owner of this R42.8 million car?


Last week, a R150 million Pagani Imola hogged headlines. The car was seen being air freighted out of South Africa. The vehicle reportedly belongs to car enthusiast Selwyn Chatz. Mzansi also learned that he has an impressive collection worth over R250 million.

Well, let’s dive into some of the cars spotted in South Africa.

  • 2024 BMW i7 spotted in Johanessburg
  • R22.3 million Ferrari 599 SA Aperta
  • R13 million first customer-owned Ferrari Purosangue
  • R150 million Pagani Imola, one of the five ever-made
  • Aston Martin DBS 770
  • BMW i7 and BMW B3

Undoubtedly, some cars have often thrust South African billionaire Johann Rupert into the trends. He has a soft spot for exotic cars and has a museum to show it. The motor museum has more than 220 Johann Rupert car collections—a wide array of vintage and modern exotic cars from 1898.

However, the museum boasts some rarest cars, including a 1922 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8 and a 1995 McLaren F1 LM. Undoubtedly, some of the world’s most expensive and rarest cars have been spotted in South Africa.


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