Arne Fredly sells luxury cars for around NOK 130 million – E24

Arne Fredly sells luxury cars for around NOK 130 million – E24

– I buy and sell cars all the time, the investor tells E24.

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Swedish luxury car retailer Autoropa has offered two rare Aston Martin cars for sale. Investor and billionaire Arne Friedley confirms to E24 that they are his.

The total proposed price of the cars is approximately SEK 126.5 million. It corresponds to approx. 127.9 million Norwegian krone at today's exchange rate.

– Fridley says: – I buy and sell cars all the time and have no further comment.

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1000 hp

The most expensive car is the Aston Martin Valkyrie Amr Pro starting in 2023, according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”. Advertising.

The proposed price is 79,062,500 SEK (approximately 80 million NOK at today's exchange rate).

There are only 40 cars of this type in the world, with a power of 1,000 horsepower and weighing one ton. It can only be driven on track.

Car enthusiast Fridli has displayed some of his most unique cars several times at the Oslo Motor Show.  Here he is in Lillestrom in 2017.

In comparison, the Tesla Model Y, which was the best-selling car in Norway in 2023, has been a huge success 527 horsepower527 horsepowerPerformance modelAccording to Electric vehicle database.

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The asking price for the second car, a 2024 Aston Martin Valkyrie 001, is SEK 47,365,000 (about NOK 47.9 million).

– Two very special cars

Car enthusiasts Fridley reviewed the cars at the Oslo Motor Show in 2022.

-There are two very special cars. “I also own a Formula 1 car, but these two cars are actually more advanced,” Friedli added. Vacuum cleaner/TV 2 then.

He then revealed that he had ordered a Mercedes AMG One. It was scheduled to be shown at the Oslo Motor Show last fall, but it was not ready for it, according to the sites. Instead, Fridley showed off his Ferrari Daytona SP3.

The financier lives in Monaco. In November, it became known that he had returned as a shareholder in the tanker company Hunter Group, after selling its shares and resigning from the company's board of directors in February.

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