Man Who Crashes LaFerrari in China Selling His Agera R: Needs Repair Money?

Not many people know this, but Koenigsegg only made about a hundred Ageras, which means each one is special. So when this model ended up on sale in China, we knew who it belonged to because we'd seen photos of it in the past.
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Qin Fen, the youngster who a short while ago crashed his LaFerrari hypercar, is selling the Koenigsegg Agera R through a local dealership for exotics.

It's easy to jump to conclusions and say that he needs the money to fix his LaFerrari, but we think Qin is also bored of the 'Segg. The price he is asking is more than what it costs brand new, which tells us he has time to wait for the right buyer.

At 30 million yuan, equivalent to €4.3 / $4.8 million, this Agera R is more expensive than the LaFerrari by a long way. The 27-year-old is charging about 13% more, which could be down to the customization features he directed Koenigsegg to install.

By comparison, a LaFerrari is "only" 22.5 million yuan. Though the official number given by Ferrari is too low, if you consider only 499 exist. Chinese media is reporting that damage to Qin's car is so severe that it will cost 15 million yuan or €2.14 / $2.4 million to fix. That's half a Koenigsegg right there.

The spec sheet is interesting because it claims the vehicle has 1305 PS, which translates to 1286 hp, while the recognized output of the Agera R is 1140hp. The owner of the car isn't mentioned anywhere, but we known it belongs to Qin "King" Fen because he had unique logos with crowns added.

Photos via Car News China
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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