Granted, the Scandinavian peoples are used to storms and it takes a lot to impress them. But I reckon the meeting of fifteen roaring Koenigsegg models would do the trick nicely. This was the first factory-organized driving tour and owenrs’ meeting event by the company, and it turned out to be excellent.
Part of the reason why the even was so good is because it wasn’t very crowded. Koenigsegg makes only one car per month, which means the Koenigsegg owners club is a pretty lonely place. This factory-backed rally gathered together thirteen cars which was then reduced to thirteen as they went from Denmark to Sweden and back, but then what that meant was the company could cater to each and every one of the customers with greater care and enthusiasm:
The Koenigsegg owners’ rally 2016 began with a long drive from Copenhagen straight to the factory in Sweden where the guests lunched in one of the workshops and then took to the test track for a few hours of pedal to the metal action. Spending the night at a Spa resort, the hyper car owners then caught a ferry back to Denmark where the event ended spectacularly at the Kokkedal Castle estate.