The Koenigsegg Trevita is one of the fastest, rarest, and hardest-to-pronounce supercars in all the land. And with a price over $2 million, it's also one of the most expensive ever made.
So why was one just sitting in an underground garage in Zurich for over a month, parked like an asshat?
Zurich is one of the richest cities in the world, which means it has a selection of incredible cars all over town. In a town where Porsches and Maseratis litter the sidewalks and Ferraris are common, the Koenigsegg actually stands out as a rarity.
The car, which has been in the parking space for at least a month, looks to be in perfectly fine condition, so we doubt it's broken down. Supposedly, the owner of the car is a wealthy executive (surprise surprise) that lives in the Swiss state of Schwyz. Reader hakki.alexander saw the car in the parking garage and snapped a few pics.
There are fingerprints accumulating on the car, as it seems a few passing gearheads haven't been able to keep their hands off the car.
We're willing to bet that the parking ticket, which is supposed to be well over 1,000 Swiss Francs, is probably pocket change to him. Also, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention that he didn't even take the time to park the car between the lines.
What the hell?
Photo Credit: Alexander Hakki Google Plus