Koenigsegg Carbon Fiber Regera Hypercar

Feb 28, 2017

Category: Rides

What a great time to be an employee over at Koenigsegg Automotive. They’re currently hosting a series in which their employees get to demonstrate how they would customize their own 1,500 HP Regera hypercar. And while there’s been a few head turners thus far, nothing has caught our attention quite like this concept from long time employee Chrille, a man who’s held just about every job there is to hold at the German automotive company.

For his rendering, Chrille chose to go triple black on us. The theme goes deeper than that however, with a clear carbon fiber finish that makes this ride look about as mean as can be. Additional body stripes enhance this diabolical hypercar, while anthracite caliper wheels lurk in the shadows behind carbon Tresex wheels. The Regera Aero kit was added as well to round everything out. On the inside, more black and carbon take the main stage. White inserts on the seat and back wall of the car also work to enhance the design a tad. A black Alcantara dashboard also suits the dark interior quite well. Our only hope is that Koenigsegg eventually builds this option. We’re clearly enticed.

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