From its wild body and exquisite interior to the amazing technical specifications and performance, the Koenigsegg Jesko is one of the most desirable hypercars the automotive world has ever seen. The high-powered machine was unveiled back in March at the Geneva Motor Show, but production won’t start until the end of 2020 and only 125 are going to be made. The company’s highest-volume production model has long been sold out, and yet it looks like the one-percentres are getting an extra chance to acquire the engineering marvel.

There’s a new high-end “luxury network” in town and it’s aptly called “Luxuryandexpensive.” To put its name on the map, the company is offering a one-off Jesko Red Cherry Edition with a stunning livery and carbon fibre wheels measuring 20 inches at the front axle and 21 inches at the back. Numerous carbon fibre accents perfectly emphasise Koenigsegg’s healthy obsession of keeping weight down to a minimum, with the Jesko tipping the scales at only 1,420 kilograms (3,130 pounds) including fluids or just 1,320 kg (2,910 lbs) dry.



Images of the cabin have not been provided and as such we don’t know whether the Red Cherry Edition is a bit more interesting than the “regular” version. Even if the interior is the same, there are plenty of reasons to admire the Jesko, including its nifty 5-inch gyroscopic speedometer mounted on the steering wheel. We do know from Luxuryandexpensive the buyer will be given the chance to pick between leather and Alcantara for the upholstery of the two body-hugging seats.

You can have the unique Red Cherry Edition if you’re willing to part with €2,350,000 (about £2.1 million at current exchange rates) before taxes. In exchange for your hard-earned money, you’ll be rewarded with a hypercar producing up to 1,600 bhp and 1,106 pound-feet of torque when the twin-turbo 5.0-litre V8 engine is feeding on E85 fuel.