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KOENIGSEGG Regera Sets A New 0-400-0 Km/h World Record

The Regera beat the new record set by Rimac Nevera last month by more than a second.

The Regera initially held the 0-400-0 record in 2019, achieving a time of 31.49 seconds. Prior to that, the Koenigsegg Agera RS held that record at 33.29 seconds.

In their newest video, Koenigsegg announced that it has reclaimed the 0-400-0 km world record, which was recently taken by the electric Rimac Nevera. They accomplished this feat using an out-of-production Regera, a car developed a decade ago.

Just a month ago, the Rimac Nevera set a record as the fastest production car to reach 249 mph (400 km/h) and come to a stop. However, this record has already been surpassed. Koenigsegg is proud to announce that their older hypercar, the Regera, has improved the record by over a second. It completed the task in 28.81 seconds, while the Nevera took 29.94 seconds. The incredible acceleration and braking capabilities of the Regera, originally launched in 2015, were measured by Racelogic.

Additionally, the Regera now holds the record for the fastest road-going vehicle to reach 250 mph (402 km/h) and then come to a halt, achieving it in just 29.6 seconds. Once again, the mind-boggling acceleration and braking abilities of the hypercar, which was initially released in 2015, were confirmed by Racelogic.