The Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut is low-drag top-speed chasing hypercar that pumps out 1,600 horsepower and is street-legal. What happens when you put 1,600 horsepower into a 3,064-pound hypercar with its maximum downforce reduced to just 330 pounds?
The final two Ageras, individually were named as Thor and Väder and collectively are known as Final Edition cars (3 cars altogether). The Final series is based on the Agera RS but with all options available to owners at no additional cost, including the development of bespoke aerodynamic solutions.
The Gemera is Koenigsegg’s first proper 2+2 GT car, or, due to the power it produces, mega-GT. The name comes from the combination of two Swedish words, notably ge, or “to give,” and mera, “more.”
Koenigsegg's new Jesko hypercar, named after his father who helped him start his company, claims over 300 mph as its top speed. While Koenigsegg hasn't proven this in the real world, in simulations, the Agera successor has achieved it and the company thinks it's true.
The Agera RS1 weighs just 3,075 pounds, and its twin-turbo, 5.0-liter V8 makes a ridiculous 1,360 horsepower and 1,011 pound-feet of torque. That means it'll sprint from a stop to 60 miles per hour in just 2.8 seconds and to 186 mph in 12.3 seconds.
For the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Koenigsegg created the one:1 based on the Agera platform. Seven examples, including one prototype, were built during 2014 and 2015.
Koenigsegg released an upgraded version of their fastest car called the CCXR Special Edition. This new Special Edition improves upon its theme and has the same 1018 horsepower engine, but with an upgraded body and interior.
The CCXR featured a highly modified CCX engine that ran on E85 as well as normal petrol in any mixture thanks to an advanced and Koenigsegg developed flex fuel system. When running the CCXR on petrol, the 4.7 liter twin-supercharged Koenigsegg engine delivers 806 Bhp.
The CCX began with the aim of making a global car that could be sold in the U.S. It ended up becoming a platform for many years to come. The CCX was the third generation car from Koenigsegg.
The CCR was an evolution of the CC8S and was produced between 2004 and 2006. The CCR firmly broke the Guinness world record for fastest production car with a top speed of 388 km/h. This is the car that firmly put Koenigsegg on the map.
Koenigsegg created a race car - the CCGT, based on the production CC-model range. The CCGT complies with the ACO and FIA GT1 regulations. The CCGT came about as side project for Christian and the engineers at Koenigsegg.
The concept for this supercar set from the start, a two-seat mid engine construction with a hardtop, all based on state of the art Formula 1 technology. Koenigsegg CC prototype is shown during the Cannes film festival and its success was immediately.
The CC8S was the first ever production car from Koenigsegg. Despite being produced in just six examples, the CC8S won multiple awards, including the Guinness World Record for most powerful production engine.
The Agera S was created for markets which do not have E85 fuel. It is basically an Agera R apart from the flexfuel capability. Koenigsegg has managed get 1100 nm torque and a full 1030 hp on 98 octane RON.