The event attracted 13 cars and their owners to Koenigsegg's home of Denmark. The owners toured around the country, and got to spend some time on a runway with their cars. 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 around the globe.
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. But the tweet also indicated that Koenigsegg wants to expand production.
We are currently booked out around 2.5 years but are looking to increase production and reduce that wait. https://t.co/a8ForSLmul— Koenigsegg Official (@koenigsegg) July 28, 2016
We certainly wouldn't object to seeing more Koenigseggs in the world. And we imagine the company would be happy to see more attendees at future homecomings.