This is not a comprehensive list because when you start talking about truly high-end cars, price isn’t publicly discussed. However, one of the 125 people on the list to buy a Koenigsegg Jesko gave a glimpse into the configurator options. The prices are crazy, to say the least. Bare carbon fiber bodywork costs $292,000, and tinted carbon fiber costs a staggering $346,100. It gets more absurd, though, with the naked carbon fiber body option costing $443,000. However, these don’t count as paint options. Metallic finishes cost $13,900, pearlescent paint costs $24,800, but if you wanted the Candy colors, Apple Red or Sweet Mandarin, then you would be adding $63,300 to the $2,800,000 base price. Given the cost of the other options and the car, $63,300 for a paint job almost sounds reasonable.