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A product with a price tag of nearly $2 million could be a hard sell. But that isn’t necessarily true for every product in the market, especially if it concerns super-athletic cars or classic vehicles. At a price of around $1.9 million for each example, some would have thought that the Koenigsegg Regera megacar might be hard to hawk. But Swedish hypercar marque Koenigsegg has the last laugh, as it turned out that it already sold all 80 examples of its Regera hypercars.
This could be bad news for those are really considering buying a new Koenigsegg Regera. However, for Koenigsegg, this is delightful news as it signals the overwhelming success of the Regera hypercar. Koenigsegg has limited the production of the Regera to 80 examples. For the Swedish carmaker, this is already a big number, noting that the Regera program is so far the largest single vehicle series in its history.
Now that Koenigsegg has already sold out the Regera megacar, those who are still interested in buying a new one might think they don’t have a chance to acquire one anymore. However, Koenigsegg has posted in its Facebook account that interested buyers could contact their local dealer to see whether a Regera is still available. But we highly doubt that, after all, the Regera has several selling points that are hard to ignore.Read the entire article Koenigsegg sells out all 80 examples of its Regera megacar
The founder of Koenigsegg Automotive, Christian Von Koenigsegg, is now going to be designing his dream supercar, the Regera. The CEO gets his design inspiration from the Mazda MX-5 Miata. You didn’t expect that he would get his inspiration from a highly accessible sports car, did you?
But that’s not all. He also features the Swedish flag in his design as well by incorporating the colours of the flag on the Regera’s exterior paint. But instead of using the typical blue and yellow shades of the flag, he gave it a little more class - Koenigsegg combined blue-tinted carbon and gold leaf accents. So, are you imagining it more clearly now?
The Regera doesn’t only have gold leaf trim around its body. Koenigsegg adds the gold leaf finish onto the wheels as well, complementing the overall look of the car. Employees first apply the gold to the tires by hand before finishing it with a clear coat to ensure that the accent stays even as the car gets old. However, this is offered as an option for customers and does not come with the standard package.Read the entire article Koenigsegg feels nostalgic, uses Mazda MX-5 Miata as inspiration for Regera hypercar
Four thousand, three hundred and sixty. Nope, it’s not just a number. Koenigsegg showed off all its rivals at this year’s Motor Show as its three cars have outputs that add up to a total horsepower of 4,360. That is equivalent to 3,251 kilowatts. It sure can light up a whole motor show!
Ok, so what are those three cars, you ask? After introducing the prototype last year, Koenigsegg showcased the first two customer Regeras, fresh from their factory in Angelholm, Sweden.
The first of the two sports an iconic green carbon fiber finish that represents the British Racing Green. Its interior, from the seats, the door panels, all the way to the dashboard is a basket-weave like leather in light Saddle Brown. The sleek design and the colour combination kind of gives it an ironic vintage-modern feel to it. Very unique, unlike your usual sports car.Read the entire article Koenigsegg’s most powerful car yet seen at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show
On its own, the Koenigsegg Regera is already a masterpiece. One major reason is found under the hood -- the twin-turbo V8 engine capable of 1,500 hp (1,118 kW).
With its three electric motors, the Regera is guaranteed to offer the highest possible output for a production hybrid model.
Koenigsegg is upping the ante by offering two production versions of the Regera during the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.Read the entire article Koenigsegg to display two Regeras, Agera RS Gryphon at 2017 Geneva Show
A nude show can’t get any better than this. As we wait for Koenigsegg to launch the company’s official configurator online, several of its employees have already given us a taste of what’s to come. The latest naked carbon design is made by none other than Koenigsegg’s Facility manager with the first name Chrille.
Instead of using different contrasting color tints on his Regera (as what most clients love about Koenigsegg in the first place), Chrille has gone back to basics. By leaving the natural shade of the carbon fiber “as is”, the Regera turns out to be the most menacing one among all the other Koenigseggs modified by his colleagues in the last several months.
The bare carbon theme doesn’t stop at the exterior. Inside, most of the Regera’s cabin is made with the same carbon fiber composition which includes the center console, the steering wheel, the door panels and the A-pillars. To complete the basic look, Chrille’s naked Regera is fitted with carbon Tresex wheels and brake calipers in anthracite finish. As for the dashboard, Chrille has used an all-black Alcantara fiber to get rid of any reflections while the upholstery on the seats come in carbon/black with snow white inserts for a two tone effect.Read the entire article Baring the naked truth: Koenigsegg employee configures a Regera in bare carbon fiber finish
Ever since the Regera premiered in 2016, Koenigsegg has been firm about increasing its coverage around the globe. Part of the idea was to ask its employees in Angelholm to customize the Regera and share the hybrid’s magnificence to everyone else.
To begin with, the Swedish supercar manufacturer gave them the freedom to configure a Regera according to their own taste. The designs that they are going to make are not real and also are not officially part of the series. It’s purely just for fun but Koenigsegg plans on coming up with an online configurator for everyone to enjoy. In the meantime, let’s see what the Angelholm guys have been doing in their free time.
According to Swedish automaker, this week belongs to the electrification big boss himself. To prove it, Jonas, Koenigsegg’s Electrification engineer had chosen a red and black combination for the 1,500 hp hybrid. Then it rotates every week so that every company executive gets the chance to showcase his specced Regera.Read the entire article Koenigsegg Regera revealed in Red Carbon
How would you configure your own Regera? Koenigsegg is building more hype into its Regera by showing how customers could personalize their own 1,800-hp luxury megacar. And Koenigsegg thinks there is no better way to do this than to create personalized Regeras that are customized according to the taste of actual people – its own personnel.
With an aim of showing how far customers could go with their Regera megacars, Koenigsegg tasked a couple of employees to configure or create their own rides. So far, three creations have been made, and each of them is dynamically luxurious and sportily elegant in its own right.
The first one was created by Steven Wade, a member of Koenigsegg’s communications team and who also serves as a copywriter. His Regera creation features a purple carbon exterior finish. Wade’s choice of color is influenced by the fact that he is a great fan of Prince, the pop icon who passed away in April 2016 at the age of 57. Prince is massively identified for his hit song and album “Purple Rain.” Wade’s admiration of Prince simply didn’t die last year, and he intended to keep the singer’s memories through this Regera creation. Further exterior elements include ultra-light wheels in carbon fiber and white brake calipers.Read the entire article Koenigsegg Regera gets its Battleship Grey coat
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