Video: See What A Three-seater 700-kilogram Koenigsegg Could Be
Design studio RAW Design House, owned by Koenigsegg, has unveiled a three-seater supercar project. The concept car is the diploma work of the Swede Esa Mustonen. The project leaders were the founder of Koenigsegg Christian von Koenigsegg and the chief designer of the brand, Russian Alexander Selipanov.
As planned, behind the three-seater salon of the conceptual Koenigsegg is a two-liter three-cylinder engine with two turbines from the Gemera hybrid hypercar. The engine without camshafts is boosted to 700 hp, and the car itself weighs only 700 kilograms thanks to the carbon body.
- Another advantage the authors of the project call the compact dimensions of the supercar - thanks to the small engine, the rear overhang is practically absent. In front of the driver, seated in the center, there are three displays and a rectangular steering wheel reminiscent of the steering wheel of a fighter jet.
- The upcoming junior model Koenigsegg will receive some details of the concept. She will become the most accessible and massive in the lineup, but it is not yet known when her debut will take place.
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