That’s pretty cheap when you compare it with the price of the Agera RS at $2.9M, Although the average asking price for a Agera RS nowadays is above $10M!
We’ve known for quite a while that a successor to the Koenigsegg Agera RS is not far off. As per Christian von Koenigsegg, the no-nonsense hypercar will break cover the current year’s Geneva Motor Show in March and will be significantly more outrageous than the Agera RS and Regera. Be that as it may, this isn’t the main new model Koenigsegg has in the pipeline. Subsequent to uniting with electric carmaker NEVS, Top Gear reports that Koenigsegg is building up an all-new half and half supercar that will space beneath its increasingly costly exotics in 2020 with an expected sticker price of around €1 million ($1.14 million).
Clearly, that is in no way, shape or form moderate, yet it will cost fundamentally not exactly the Agera RS and Regera, which begin immediately again $2 million. Koenigsegg trusts the new model will expand the organization’s business volumes from 20 cars for every year to a few hundred. That sounds like an eager focus for a million-dollar supercar.
“We’ve been hoping to grow our offering in light of the fact that essentially, our image has outgrown our creation volumes by a significant enormous edge,” uncovered Christian von Koenigsegg. “We have quite a while of conveyance time on the super-selective hypercars we’re assembling today. In any case, we do think whether we make a super-restrictive, custom assembled supercar at a somewhat lower value (that is the €1m stamp) we could get the volumes into the hundreds.”
Koenigsegg’s new passage level supercar will embrace an exceptionally productive half and half setup, joining the organization’s ‘freevalve’ camless ignition motor innovation with zap. “Given the freevalve innovation, we can really chilly begin the car on unadulterated liquor, down to – 30 degrees Celsius, so there’s no requirement for any petroleum derivative blend at that point. The thought is to demonstrate to the world that even an ignition motor can be totally CO2 impartial”.
“I think having a littler battery pack and joining it with a CO2 impartial burning motor is an exceptionally luring, energizing, lightweight, lively answer for a sports car,” he included. He additionally guarantees the new supercar will look “very clearly” like a Koenigsegg, “and yet a marginally unexpected organization in comparison to what we’re doing with the hypercars.”
While the organization’s new supercar’s less expensive cost and higher generation volume mean it won’t rip apart offers of the Agera’s substitution and the Regera, it will be “an incredibly lively car” and sit in another fragment that Koenigsegg cases will fill a hole in the market. Shading us charmed. No word yet when Koenigsegg’s new mixture supercar will make a big appearance, yet it’s relied upon to dispatch in 2020.
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