Koenigsegg Regera

  • Koenigsegg Regera resets 0-249-0 mph record

    The Koenigsegg Regera, which has been out of production since 2022, reclaimed the record from the Rimac Nevara.

  • Koenigsegg Regera in bare carbon fiber - Image via Keno Zache Photography/Carage
    The Koenigsegg Regera's battery pack is made by Rimac

    The famed supercar maker describes how it supplied battery packs for Koenigsegg's hyper machine.

  • Koenigsegg Regera in bare carbon fiber - Image via Keno Zache Photography/Carage
    Koenigsegg breaks its own 0-249-0 mph record

    A Koenigsegg Regera RS broke the company's own 0-249-0 mph record with a time of 31.49 seconds.

  • Koenigsegg Regera in bare carbon fiber - Image via Keno Zache Photography/Carage
    No paint, no clear: Koenigsegg crafts Regera wearing "naked" carbon fiber

    Koenigsegg is an expert when it comes to carbon fiber. After all, the small Swedish company was the first to offer carbon fiber wheels straight from the factory. Now it's ventured into a new realm concerning the light yet sturdy material: Koenigsegg Naked Carbon. Shown here on a Regera, Koenigsegg...

  • Christian von Koenigsegg with the Koenigsegg Agera RS and Regera at Jay Leno's Garage
    Christian von Koenigsegg brings the Regera to Jay Leno's Garage

    The Koenigsegg Regera is a high-tech piece of machinery, and there's probably no one on the planet better suited to explaining all of its gadgetry than the man who founded the company, Christian von Koenigsegg. He recently visited Jay Leno's Garage to talk about the Regera. Unveiled at the 2015...

  • Koenigsegg Regera with Ghost high-downforce package
    Koenigsegg Regera gets Ghost high-downforce package

    Koenigsegg's Regera hypercar has received a high-downforce package just in time for this week's 2018 Geneva International Motor Show. Called the Ghost package, the package adds a new lip spoiler and flics at the front of the car as well as a pair of winglets at the rear similar to the design we...

  • Koenigsegg Regera safety test

    Koenigsegg’s latest models are fully federalized in the United States, which means they can be legally owned here without having to resort to shaky “Show or Display” rules. That’s no easy task for an automaker which has built fewer than 200 cars in its entire history, but thankfully Koenigsegg has dealt with all the legal work, including surrendering some of its fine creations for crash testing, as detailed in this video. The Swedish company posted the video on Wednesday to celebrate achieving one million followers on Instagram. The video shows Koenigsegg’s...

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    The Koenigsegg Regera is officially sold out

    Those searching for a Swedish hypercar can cross the Koenigsegg Regera off their list after the company announced all 80 units have officially been sold. The Regera debuted in 2016 with some pretty incredible—and Bugatti Chiron-besting—performance figures. An electric drive system and a...

  • Why doesn't the Koenigsegg Regera have a transmission?--Part 2
    Why doesn't the Koenigsegg Regera have a transmission?--Part 2

    Engineering Explained returns to correctly answer why the Koenigsegg Regera doesn’t have a transmission. Bad math. It happens to the best of us, even our friend Jason Fenske, the host of the channel. Jason previously walked us through why the Koenigsegg Regera doesn’t have a...

  • Christian von Koenigsegg specs his "dream" Regera
    Christian von Koenigsegg specs Regera like wife's old Miata

    The Koenigsegg team has been recently sharing a few custom ideas for the Regera hypercar on Facebook. Letting the team spec their ideal Regeras has provided some interesting results that highlight individual style and creativity. One we highlighted previously was the perfect homage to late artist...

  • Koenigsegg Regera 1.0 Engineering Explained
    Why doesn't the Koenigsegg Regera have a transmission?

    When the Koenigsegg Regera made its debut a little over two years ago, news that the hypercar would arrive without a transmission was a shock to many. No gears, no CVT, nothing. Thankfully, Jason Fenske of Engineering Explained is here to help us figure out how the Regera can move at all, let alone...

  • Koenigsegg Regera, 2017 Geneva auto show
    Koenigsegg presents first customer Regeras in Geneva

    It was at the 2015 Geneva auto show that Koenigsegg first rolled out its Regera and impressed us with the car’s innovative drivetrain. At this year’s show, which kicks off on March 7, the Swedish firm will show off the first two customer examples of the hybrid hypercar. Car number one...

  • Koenigsegg Regera rendered with a special purple carbon finsih

    Koenigsegg seems intent on starting up a new series that aims to show how Koenigsegg's own employees would spec the new Regera if given the chance. First up is Steven Wade who is in charge of communications. His Regera vision? A perfect ode to The Prince of Funk that brought us Purple Rain. Wade is a self described "massive Prince fan" who's still in the grieving process after his beloved musical icon passed late in 2016. To celebrate his passion for the man and his music, as well as his own love affair with the color purple, Wade has created a Koenigsegg Regera in a color palette that works...

  • Engineering Explained talks about the Honda Accord Hybrid
    How the Honda Accord Hybrid can behave like a Koenigsegg

    Believe it or not, the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrid sedan actually has something in common with an ultra-exotic hypercar produced by the Swedish brand Koenigsegg. That seems far fetched, and no we're not referring to the fact that both vehicles utilize four wheels wrapped in rubber tires. The...

  • Koenigsegg Regera performs a rolling burnout
    Koenigsegg burns serious amounts of tires with new Regera

    The Koenigsegg Regera should be an absolutely stunning machine. How do we know? It's a limited-production hybrid hypercar from the Swedish skunk works. The powertrain is comprised of a twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V-8 engine that's paired with a trio of high-output electric motors. And all told, the...

  • Koenigsegg Regera Live Photos, 2016 Geneva Motor Show
    Koenigsegg heading to New York Auto Show with Regera, One:1

    Koenigsegg has never had a major presence in the United States as its cars were never homologated for local sale. That changed late last fall when Koenigsegg announced its Agera RS had been fully federalized. The first U.S.-spec Agera RS is currently being built and is expected to be ready in the...

  • Koenigsegg Regera Live Photos, 2016 Geneva Motor Show
    Koenigsegg Regera revealed in production trim, will hit 186 mph in 10.9 seconds

    Bugatti stunned us yesterday with its numbers for its Veyron-replacing Chiron but incredibly it isn’t the most powerful car on show this week at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Swedish rival Koenigsegg has a production-ready example of its Regera on its stand and the new hybrid supercar boasts an...

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    Christian von Koenigsegg Talks About The Regera In This 30-Minute Video

    Christian von Koenigsegg simply cannot hide how excited he is about his company’s latest creation, the Regera. The hybrid supercar was shown for the first time at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and is due to start production at the end of this year. In this latest video, von Koenigsegg gives the...

  • Koenigsegg Regera

    Watch as Christian von Koenigsegg takes his latest baby, the Regera, out for a spin. The hybrid supercar is still in development but as you’ll see in the video the car drives just like a production model. MUST SEE: Here's The Ford GT Going Into Race Mode: Video But the Regera is unlike any other car currently on sale. It features Koenigsegg’s new Direct Drive system, which instead of a multi-gear transmission connects the engine with the wheels via a single-speed reduction gear and hydraulic coupling system. With only one gear, it means the wheels spin in proportion to engine...

  • Koenigsegg Regera Autoskin Mode
    Koenigsegg Shows Some Skin With Regera Supercar: Video

    The things that Koenigsegg comes up with for its cars is usually nothing short of amazing. Be it the power, design, or just outright speed, the cars are remarkable works of both science and art. The automaker has recently refurbished its Ängelholm facility in Sweden to include a prototype...

  • Koenigsegg Regera  -  2015 Geneva Motor Show live photos
    Did The Tesla Model S Inspire The Koenigsegg Regera?

    In 2014, Christian von Koenigsegg purchased a Tesla Model S and declared the car was more fun do drive than a BMW M5. In 2015, Koenigsegg rolled out its new 1,500-horsepower Regera hybrid supercar. Are these two things related? Actually, yes they sort of are according to a recent question and...

  • Koenigsegg Regera simulation run
    Koenigsegg Regera’s Powertrain Unleashed In 217-MPH Simulated Run: Video

    Come next year, Swedish supercar marque Koenigsegg will for the first time in its brief history have two distinct models in production. One is the conventionally-powered Agera RS and the other is this unique hybrid that Koenigsegg calls the Regera, which in Swedish translates to...

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    Koenigsegg Regera Seen Angrily Idling Around Goodwood: Video

    Swedish supercar marque Koenigsegg had a trio of cars on display at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this year. The One:1, an Agera, and the still-under-development Regera. Two of the cars ran up the hill, but the Regera was on hand mainly to cause intrigue and, ultimately, a twinge of jealousy at...

  • Koenigsegg One:1 and the Regera
    Koenigsegg One:1 Meets The Regera At Goodwood: Video

    Koenigsegg had a major presence at the past weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, with three of its supercars, an Agera, a One:1 and the latest Regera, thrilling audiences at the British event. In the video above we get a close look at the One:1 and the Regera models. ALSO SEE: 2016 Mustang...

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