It's set to be more extreme than the record-holding Agera RS.
Almost exactly a year after a rare $1.5 million-plus Koenigsegg Agera RS crashed during testing in Sweden, it's happened again. To the same, repaired supercar.
On the Koenigsegg stand will be two slightly different versions of the Regera and a refurbished 2006 CCX.
The video shows how it all works.
How the ultra-wealthy kick off a week of car overload.
The first road-legal Agera RS in the US is excessive in the best way possible.
Believe it or not, the catalytic converter system of the Agera RS is quite interesting.
Sweden's hypercar makes a smoky statement.
Super rare supercars return to Denmark for the company's first homecoming.
Koenigsegg's detailed crash report is out. This is what it happened.
Koenigsegg was testing for a possible record run. The test didn't end well.
Christian von Koenigsegg talks about what led him to start a car company, and some milestones along the way.
The Chinese carmaker Qoros shows off its Qamless concept car, employing Koenigsegg's FreeValve engine with no camshafts.
The purple color fits the 1100-horsepower Swedish supercar exceptionally well.
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.