Koenigsegg Brings a Pair of Wild Regeras To Geneva

Plus a CCX, because this year is Koenigsegg's 25th in the business, and factory certified used Swedish supercars are a thing now.

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Officially, Koenigsegg has no new products for sale right now. The 80 Regeras sold out last summer, and the world's fastest car, the Agera RS came to a 1360 horsepower farewell even before that. Yet there's no real rush. That's because up until last year, Christian von Koenigsegg's factory was operating with a four-year waiting list. Now, along with speeding up production, the Ängelholm team took on the new challenge of restoring its early models to absolute perfection. If that sounds familiar, that's because Pagani just started doing the same, despite being a somewhat younger brand.

Still, with one Regera after another leaving the gates, Koenigsegg put three customer cars on display for the Geneva crowd. One of which came with the "Ghost package".

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The Regera's Ghost package is the combination of a deep front spoiler and rear winglets, which work with the active rear wing to give the car at least 20 percent more downforce. That can always come in handy in a car packing 1500 hybrid horses.

The rest of the specs remain the same, but no less impressive. Direct drive with a 1100 hp twin-turbo V8, and a Rimac-made 670 horsepower electric unit supplied by batteries weighing just 145 lbs. Operating voltage: 800. Zero to 250 mph in less than 20 seconds. Active shocks, torque vectoring, wireless chargers and a removable carbon top. Last but not least, Koenigsegg's 'Tresex' hollow carbon fiber wheels, wrapped in Michelin PilotSport 4S rubber.

Now, if you want all this performance in less of a Crystal White, but more of a tinted Swedish Blue carbon fashion, you will like the Regera d'Eleganze:

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Finally, let's not forget about the CCX. It's from 2006, when Koenigsegg's V8 'only' made 806 horsepower, connected to a manual gearbox. It was their first model designed for worldwide homologation, and today, it can be yours with an upgraded interior, and a two-year warranty.

On Wednesday, we'll ask Christian von Koenigsegg about past, future, and Swedish meatballs. It's always a treat.

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