Hint: it involves a supercomputer and a sledgehammer.
Top Gear finds it takes 50 hours to build a carbon wheel, 600-800 to paint a car.
No paint, no epoxy, no clearcoat. Just carbon
Doubling down on an even more energy-dense combustion engine.
On the Koenigsegg stand will be two slightly different versions of the Regera and a refurbished 2006 CCX.
The Agera RS just set a production car top-speed record.
It's not pretty, but it looks fun.
Nearly 250 mph with the top down.
The purple color fits the 1100-horsepower Swedish supercar exceptionally well.
Highlights of our favorite vehicles from the 2016 Geneva Motor show.
Listen to Christian von Koenigsegg give a fascinating interview about the details of the new Regera, the Agera One of 1, and the Agera RS. He makes you desperately want one of the company's cars.
Koenigsegg has built a car that will go from zero to 248 miles per hour in just 20 seconds. Bugatti, you should be very, very scared.
Christian von Koenigsegg creates some of the most powerful cars in the world, and his company always finds a way to extract just a little more power or a tad less weight from each new product. In a new video, he explains that drive and makes the work sound easy.
Koenigsegg is gunning for the Porsche 918, McLaren P1 and LaFerrari with the new Regera revealed here in Geneva, boasting a plug-in hybrid powertrain and 1,500 horsepower.
Latest teaser from Koenigsegg confirms the new Regera supercar will offer plug-in recharging, potentially putting it in the same class of seven-figure hybrid hypercars as the Porsche 918, McLaren P1 and LaFerrari.
Koenigsegg is bringing two completely different supercars to the Geneva Motor Show: the stripped-out Agera RS and the luxed-up Regera.
Koenigsegg is promising the unveiling of a new megacar called the Regera at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The name comes from the Swedish verb to reign over something.