There’s no question as to what my favorite car is, quite to it, it’s just the swedish hypercar, Koenigsegg. Christain Von Koenigsegg just flipped the whole game with Koenigsegg Regera owing to a radical thinking. Being different would certainly set one apart from the rest. Setting the standard and beating the standard sounds typical of Koenigsegg appealing to power and speed.
Powered by 5.0L twin-turbocharged V8 engine with 3 electric motor that is connected to each rear wheel mated with 1-speed fixed gear developed by Koenigsegg. The magic of the swedish hypercar is it transmission called Koenigsegg direct drive – imagine driving on the right gear from the start of ignition – does it, sending direct power to the rear wheels blistering an insane 1500 hp limited to 80 units, the plug in hybrid Grand Tourer reaches from 0-62 mph in 2.8 seconds, 0-124 mph in 6.6 seconds. With detachable hard top that would fit in the trunk.
On September 23, 2019 Koenigsegg Regera broke the world record reaching 0-249-0 mph as fattest production car in 31.49 seconds ahead of the record held by Koenigsegg Agera RS in 33.29 seconds. At Ring Knutstorp racetrack in Kagerod, Sweden, a race track that is all about handling rather than speed, what Christain Von Koenigsegg calls the mini Nürburgring close to Koenigsegg headquarters, 1.29 mile, 14-turn race track. Breaking speed record should be synonymous to Koenigsegg, beating previous record holders at Ring Knutstorp in record 1:03.84 seconds in October 4, 2021. Previous record, 1:04.50 seconds McLaren Senna (P15), 1:04.60 seconds Caterham R500, 1:06.10 BAC Mono and 1:06.20 seconds McLaren 600LT.