Koenigsegg Regera Is A Stunner In Green Carbon
The Koenigsegg Regera Green Carbon is nothing short of beauty at this year's Geneva Motor Show. The Swedish carbon fiber supercar is stylishly designed with speed and innovation, marked with world-class quality.
According to MSM, the Regera's engine is built with a 1,500 horsepower derived from an electrically-assisted, twin-turbo-charged V8 which all goes to the rear wheels through a direct drive system. Its three electric motors are powered by an 800-volt system.
Exterior-wise, the car features carbon fiber wheels that compliment perfectly with its carbon fiber body. It has a new top-mounted rear wing that can be stowed for better aerodynamics. It also uses Michelin's new Pilot Sport 4S tires. As with the interior build, the adjustable sports seats are ensured to bring comfort and convenience to its driver and passenger. The tan leather interior is described to bring a feeling of "premium-divine" against the skin and that wonderful smell to remind you that it is not an average car.
Furthermore, it has Koenigsegg's own Autoskin system that allows the driver to automatically open any doors or hoods of with only the touch of a button. The Regera also has Apple CarPlay, two induction phone charging points, and surround view cameras.
Per Road And Track, the Regera is a hybrid carbon fiber supercar that has no formal gearbox. It uses a hydraulic coupling to essentially be direct drive, thus saving weight and makes it quicker and faster. Christian von Koenigsegg is the genius, creative man behind this brilliant idea and had only eight months before the concept was shown. Unchanged from the initial concept, the Regera is already set for production and will be unveiled next week.
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