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EnthusiastsKoenigsegg offers more details on 'affordable' supercar

01:35  06 march  2019
01:35  06 march  2019 Source:   autoblog.com

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.

The collaboration between Koenigsegg and NEVS (National Electric Vehicle Sweden) is one that every automotive enthusiast or collector should be looking at. Now, when I say affordable , I mean that it will be cheaper than most models in Koenigsegg ’s lineup.

And if that wasn't enough, a more affordable Koenigsegg supercar is supposedly on its way. Building on the last point, a Not only will this be the first vehicle Koenigsegg will build in collaboration with NEVS, but it will also provide the company with another gateway into the world's most lucrative car

In January, Koenigsegg struck a joint-venture and investment deal with National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS). The Chinese electric car firm put in $171 million to take a 20 percent stake in the Swedish supercar maker, and a 65 percent stake in a collaboration to "develop a product for new and untapped segments." One fruit of the union will be a less expensive supercar that uses Koenigsegg's "freevalve" camless tech and could be carbon neutral.

When the news first broke, the "affordable" Koenigsegg was estimated to come in around one million euro, or $1.15 million. In an interview with Road & Track, Christian von Koenigsegg nudged that downward in saying, "Let's say somewhere between 6-7-800,000, depending on the specification." That would be about $683,000 to $910,000. You might not find that kind of coin in your couch, but it's less than half the starting price of the $2M Regera KNC like the one pictured above.

2020 Koenigsegg Hybrid Supercar To Cost Roughly $1.14 Million

2020 Koenigsegg Hybrid Supercar To Cost Roughly $1.14 Million It will serve as the company's entry-level model.

When the news first broke, the " affordable " Koenigsegg was estimated to come in around one million euro, or .15 million. In an interview with Road & Track, Christian von Koenigsegg nudged that The coming supercar will be engineered, developed and built in Ängelholm and badged a Koenigsegg .

New model will slot below Koenigsegg 's more expensive exotics. We’ve known for some time now Koenigsegg hopes the new model will increase the company’s sales volumes from 20 cars per year to Koenigsegg ’s new entry-level supercar will adopt a highly efficient hybrid setup, combining the

Hitching up to NEVS no doubt surprised a few folk, but Koenigsegg explained that his company "has been working with NEVS for many years to utilize testing facilities in Trollhättan, where Saab used to be."

That's because NEVS bought Saab's assets when the erstwhile Swedish carmaker went out of business in 2011. NEVS hasn't produced it own car yet, but owns resources such as emission test labs, climate chambers, test tracks and crash facilities that Koenigsegg has taken advantage of for its own cars.

The coming supercar will be engineered, developed and built in Ängelholm and badged a Koenigsegg. With production volumes of a couple hundred units per year, NEVS could assist with extra production capacity for behind-the-scenes parts like subframes and wiring harnesses if needed. That will allow the hypercar brand to concentrate on using the car as a showcase for its in-house technologies like direct drive and its infotainment systems. Ultimately, Koenigsegg wants to work with other companies, helping with "platforms, electrical systems, carbon fiber wheels, and various other solutions that will trickle down to normal cars."

How Koenigsegg Made a Better Ford V-8

How Koenigsegg Made a Better Ford V-8 The Swedish company's naturally aspirated V-8 has humble beginnings, but has become something extraordinary. Koenigsegg revealed a 600 horsepower naturally aspirated engine at the Geneva Motor Show last year, but something about it looked very familiar. It is well known that Koenigsegg used the Ford Modular motor in their early years, so it wasn't surprising to find that portions of the new engine resemble modern Ford V-8s. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

The Koenigsegg Regera combines a powerful twin-turbo V8 combustion engine with three electric Regera is Swedish for “to Reign” – a suitable name for a machine that offers an unforeseen The Koenigsegg V8 is the most downsized homologated production ICE in the world, with 220hp per liter

Koenigsegg has produced the world’s first ever car finished completely in Koenigsegg Naked Carbon – KNC. KNC involves no lacquer, varnish or alternative coating being used on top of the carbon surface. The thin layer of epoxy that normally covers a high-end autoclaved cured carbon piece is carefully

The firm's V8, in naturally-aspirated form, will provide power alongside some sort of battery-powered electrification. Under development for two years already, we should see it for the first time at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.

Koenigsegg offers more details on 'affordable' supercar originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 04 Mar 2019

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