It might be a big overexposed but this is the onboard video showing the Koenisegg Regera setting a new record.
The Koenigsegg Agera RS Gryphon was once bound for a U.S. customer but is now owned by the company.
The Swedish hypercar maker has beaten its own record, set in an Agera RS two years ago, by almost 2 seconds.
The Jesko’s paint is five times thicker than the one on a Rolls-Royce – and that’s very telling for Koenigsegg’s hypercar.
This Regera is number 11 of just 80 set for production and, unlike most that are painted in dark shades, boasts a more vibrant paint.
Despite Bugatti being the first to breach the 300 mph barrier, Koenigsegg still holds the title of the fastest production car ever.
Koenigsegg has two intriguing patents that ensure emissions retrains don’t restrict its powerful V8s in any way.
The Regera is powered by a twin-turbo 5.0-liter V8 engine and three electric motors for a total output of 1,500 HP.
Out of the three ever made, this CCXR Trevita is the only one in the States and used to be owned by Floyd Mayweather.
Swedish car maker is apparently furious with the auction house over the sale estimate of an One:1.
The Subaru F1 engine Koenigsegg almost used could only pump out 750 hp.
Aston Martin, Toyota, and Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus have already committed to the new endurance class.
Among the cars seized are a Lamborghini Veneno Roadster and Koenigsegg One:1.
A German used car dealer claims the Koenigsegg Jesko hypercar will be shipped next year.
The Koenigsegg Jesko hypercar features a 5.0-liter V8 engine that produces 1,578 HP with E85 fuel.
The Regera doesn’t just look mega – it is powered by a twin-turbo 5.0-liter V8 with an amazing 1,500 hp.
A real estate magnate almost doubled the $2.2 million he paid after he got an offer he couldn’t refuse.
The Koegnigsegg Jesko’s twin turbo V8 engine produces as much as 1,600 PS on E85 fuel.
The Koenigsegg Regera’s monocoque structure is more than twice as strong as that of a BMW X6.
The paint process alone takes 600-800 hours, so customers will justify spending $3 million on the Jesko.