Introduced at the 2019 Geneva Motorshow as the successor to the Agera, the Koeniggsegg Jesko is slated to become one of the fastest vehicles on the planet once it’s finally built. With a planned production run of just 125 units (83 of which were spoken for prior to the unveil), Koenigsegg has had no trouble filling all of the available build slots.
Dubbed the Koenigssgg Jesko ‘Hydra’, the render shown here has been ordered by a young American entrepreneur. While the Swedish supercar manufacturer has offered the Jesko in two aero packages — track-ready and Absolut — it appears that the buyer has decided to go for one of his own designing. Featuring a roof scoop, an aggressive shark fin, and a massive rear wing, the Jesko Hydra cuts quite a striking impression. But the most eye-catching aspect of the render has to be the purple carbon weave. For though Koenigsegg and other auto manufacturers have dabbled in colored carbon before, this car sports a gloss fiber body finished off with purple flakes. Named for the Lernaean Hydra, a nine-headed serpentine monster from Greek mythology, the Jesko is a living legend set to inspire terror with its anticipated 300mph top speed.
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