Koenigsegg is known to everyone as one of the top supercar manufacturers in the world at the moment. These Swedish supercars not only have speed and stability but also possess the latest technologies that make the car more environmentally friendly. Owning a Koenigsegg is always everyone’s desire, but in the US, a certain collector has three different Koenigseggs, all of which are special cars.
Jeffrey Cheng (speedy_jeff), owner of these three Koenigseggs is an American investor, famous for its large supercar collection in Newport Beach, California. His first Koenigsegg was a CCX purchased in 2008 and was one of the first Koenigseggs to roll on US soil. His second Koenigsegg was an Agera RS, dubbed Valhall and the latest, the Regera with the Ghost Package that was handed over not long ago.
When Jeffrey’s latest Koenigsegg was handed over, he got his three unique supercars rolling together on the road. The appearance of three Koenigseggs of three different generations is a rarity, with this trio even more special when it comes to special personalization that makes them unique.
First, Jeffrey’s latest Koenigsegg is one of eighty Koenigsegg Regera cars that are and are about to be produced by the Swedish supercar company. This Regera has a white exterior called Diamond White, painted directly onto the carbon fiber base that makes up the body. In some positions, the carbon fiber is revealed as in the two stripe running the body, the sides and the spoiler. These carbon fiber details are separated from the white paint by a copper border. The Ghost Package’s wheels and upgrade package include improved aerodynamics finished with bare carbon fiber, coated with gloss.
Inside the cockpit, the interior of this Regera is upholstered in leather, black Alcantara suede with contrast stitching, and white seat embroidery. Carbon fiber is also widely used as a decorative material, in addition to aluminum. The cockpit is constructed from a solid carbon frame.
Koenigsegg Regera is the company’s first hybrid car, equipped with a twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 engine with three electric motors. This engine produces a maximum capacity of 1,100 horsepower, combined with electric motors for a total capacity of up to 1,500 horsepower. Koenigsegg developed the Regera Direct Drive (KDD) gearbox with a single gear, connecting the crankshaft and the drivetrain.
At speeds below 48 km / h, the electric motor will support the internal combustion engine to help the car move smoother. The car is also equipped with a gearshift pad, but this pad is only a simulation for a 7-speed automatic transmission. Koenigsegg Regera is capable of accelerating to 100 km / h in less than three seconds and a top speed of 420 km / h.
Jeffrey’s Koenigsegg Agera RS called Valhall, has a gray exterior paint called Battleship Gray, a reference to the gray paints of battleships. The exterior is adorned with orange details and carbon fiber lines throughout the body. The Koenigsegg CCX is no less impressive than its juniors when it is one of the few CCXs upgraded to the Ghost Package that includes aerodynamic details on the exterior of the car.
Koenigsegg Agera RS is equipped with a 5.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine, producing 1,160 horsepower capacity and up to 1,340 horsepower if equipped with a 1-megawatt upgrade package. Koenigsegg Agera RS is capable of accelerating 0-100 km / h in 2.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 447.19 km / h, using rear-wheel drive and 7-speed, dual-clutch transmission.
Using a twin-charge V8 engine with a capacity of 4.7 liters, the CCX has a capacity of between 800 hp and more than 1,000 hp depending on the type of fuel that the vehicle is provided. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission and the car can run at a top speed of nearly 400 km / h.
This unique trio cost speedy_jeff nearly 10 million dollars. In particular, the Agera RS is the most expensive with a price of about $ 4 million when buying new and currently it is priced up to nearly $ 10 million due to only limited production of 29 units. Regera is priced at over $ 2 million, but personalized details can push the price of the car up to nearly $ 3 million. The CCX is the cheapest model, almost $ 1 million at the time it was sold.
Photo: speedy_jeff, Koenigsegg Newport Beach
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