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?
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 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.