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Enthusiasts2020 Koenigsegg Hybrid Supercar To Cost Roughly $1.14 Million

17:20  01 february  2019
17:20  01 february  2019 Source:   motor1.com

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The “slightly lower price” von Koenigsegg is talking about is believed to be the €1 million mark or approximately $ 1 . 14 million at the current exchange rates. The Swedish supercar manufacturer’s new partner from NEVS will contribute to the new project with its expertise in green technologies.

Koenigsegg ’s new entry-level supercar will adopt a highly efficient hybrid setup, combining the company’s ‘freevalve’ camless While the The “slightly lower price” von Koenigsegg is talking about is believed to be the €1 million mark or approximately $ 1 . 14 million at the current exchange rates.

2020 Koenigsegg Hybrid Supercar To Cost Roughly $1.14 Million© Motor1.com/Hersteller 1. Koenigsegg Regera Earlier this week, Koenigsegg announced it is joining forces with National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), the all-electric successor of SAAB, to develop new vehicles with a focus on electrification. The first fruit of this newly formed partnership could very well be a new “entry-level” supercar from the Swedish automaker.

Koenigsegg wants to grow from its current sales volumes of about 20 cars per year to a hundred or even more cars annually. According to Top Gear, this major push will begin with a brand new hybrid supercar positioned below the brand’s “proper” hypercars. This means it won’t be a successor to the Agera RS or Regera, nor a different variant of any of the two.

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Rumors. Supercars . 2020 Koenigsegg Hybrid Supercar To Cost Roughly $ 1 . 14 Million . The Koenigsegg Regera will reportedly be powered by a hybrid system that includes a 690 bhp electric motor.

2020 Koenigsegg Hybrid Supercar To Cost Roughly $ 1 . 14 Million . It will serve as the company's entry-level model.

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“We’ve been looking to expand our offering because, basically, our brand has outgrown our production volumes by quite a big margin,” Christian von Koenigsegg, founder, ideologist, and CEO of Koenigsegg, told the British publication. “We have several years of delivery time on the super-exclusive hypercars we’re building today. But we do think if we make a super-exclusive, custom built supercar at a slightly lower price, we could get the volumes into the hundreds.”

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The “slightly lower price” von Koenigsegg is talking about is believed to be the €1 million mark or approximately $1.14 million at the current exchange rates. That’s not really an affordable price by the standards of the mainstream automotive industry, but it’s significantly lower than the MSRP of the Agera RS, for example, which is sold for about $2.5 million.

Koenigsegg's Next Supercar Will Have a Camless Engine

Koenigsegg's Next Supercar Will Have a Camless Engine Thanks to its tie-up with National Electric Vehicle Sweden, Koenigsegg is aiming to bring its innovaitve Freevalve engine to market very soon. Pictured above: the hybrid, gearbox-less Koenigsegg Regera. Earlier this week, Koenigsegg announced that it had sold a 20-percent stake in the company to National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), the automaker trying to make all-electric cars based on old Saabs. What is Koenigsegg seeking with this deal? Well money, obviously, but more volume, too. And it's chasing volume in the most Koenigsegg-y way possible.

Koenigsegg 's Next Supercar Will Have a Camless Engine: Unique Green Supercar Spotted For Sale In London For .3 Million By green Company founder and boss Christian von Koenigsegg told Top Gear that it's working on a new hybrid supercar with a pricetag of around $ 1 .15 million to increase

2020 Koenigsegg Hybrid Supercar To Cost Roughly $ 1 . 14 Million . It will serve as the company's entry-level model. According to Christian von Koenigsegg , founder of the supercar company that bears his name, the Jesko is probably the last Koenigsegg without some form of electrification.

The Swedish supercar manufacturer’s new partner from NEVS will contribute to the new project with its expertise in green technologies. Also, Koenigsegg might benefit from NEVS' factory in Trollhättan, Sweden and its distribution channels in China.

“Our ambition is that this car will be completely CO2 neutral,” Christian also told Top Gear.

Source: Top Gear

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