Koenigsegg RegeraEnlarge Photo
It was at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show that Koenigsegg surprised the world with the reveal of its Regera. The hybrid supercar came with an innovative drivetrain devoid of a conventional multi-gear transmission and was promised to be the most powerful car ever put into production with its claimed 1,500-horsepower output.
At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, which starts March 1, Koenigsegg will show a production-ready Regera. The Swedish firm tells us that around 3,000 changes have been made to the Regera since it was first shown roughly one year ago.
Koenigsegg will start production of the Regera towards the end of this year and just 80 build slots are planned. That may seem like a small run but it will make the Regera Koenigsegg’s highest-volume model to date.
Koenigsegg Agera RSEnlarge Photo
Two other supercars will join the production-ready Regera on Koenigsegg’s stand. One will be the latest Agera RS built and another will be a final edition Agera. Koenigsegg describes the final edition Agera as a series of cars though it’s not clear how many will be built. Fans of the brand will recall that it was at the Geneva Motor Show six years ago that we first saw the Agera. Since then we’ve seen multiple versions of the car including the 1,341-horsepower One:1.
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