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The Koenigsegg founder is clearly confident in the abilities of the 5.0-litre N/A V8 he's supplying to Dutch supercar company Spyker...
Koenisegg has released an extensive analysis of the One:1's horrific Nurburgring crash, describing the severe nature of the accident and pinning the blame on a faulty ABS sensor
During last weekend's VMax200 top speed event at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome, the 1322bhp One:1 hit an astonishing 240mph - the fastest VMax run ever recorded
Since the One:1 is record hunting at the Nurburgring this week, we thought we'd dig a used Koenigsegg out of the classifieds. In comparison to the One:1, this CCR could almost be called affordable...
Just a few months ago speed limits on the Nordschleife were lifted, and now the Koenigsegg One:1 has been spotted lapping the Green Hell. Are we about to see a record broken?
Not to be outdone by Bugatti, Koenigsegg has ripped the covers off its innovative hybrid hypercar in full production specification
This owner has clearly taken his brave pills, pushing his Swedish-built 1140bhp hypercar beyond 200mph on a busy public road
The Regera has a 5.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8, three electric motors, and a new 'Direct Drive' transmission. This is what it looks and sounds like under load on the open road
If you missed out on one of the production One:1 hypercars, we have some good news: car #00 is now up for sale!
CCTV footage shows the moment a 26-year-old drunk driver lost control of his Swedish hypercar, writing it off in the process
America has been tough for Koenigsegg to crack thanks to it being complex and expensive to make a car road-legal there. Still, it's persevered, and will cover the full build of Agera RS chassis number 128, which is destined for the States
With everyone salivating over recent LaFerrari vs. McLaren P1 vs. Porsche 918 Spyder triple tests, Koenigsegg has asked why it's not involved using impressive statistics
According to Koenigsegg, the Regera has "the world's first fully robotized sports car body". Dubbed the 'Autoskin', it allows parts of the car's body to be remotely operated, and only adds 5kg to the Regera's overall weight figure