Elsewhere, we see a set of Tresex Aircore carbon fiber wheels costing $57,000 USD, and a whole host of carbon fiber panels reworking elements such as the air intakes, roof panel and bonnet, “Speedster Sides,” and inner rockers, coming to a total of $103,700 USD.
Of course, the Regera comes fitted with its twin-turbo V8 engine and three electric motors that combine to create 1,500 HP, making it one of the most rapid high-performance hybrid hypercars around.
Refined to an exacting taste, this Regera is perhaps one of the best spec’d versions around with absolutely no expenses spared. Costing $2,213,000 USD before the upgrades (and more than $2,920,000 USD in total), this model is now up for grabs with Gooding & Co. with an estimated sale price of between $2,750,000 USD and $3,500,000 USD, which makes this a relatively fair deal.
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