The blogger spoke in detail about the Swedish hypercar Koenigsegg Jesko

The blogger spoke in detail about the Swedish hypercar Koenigsegg Jesko

May 13, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Copies of the new Swedish hypercar Koenigsegg Jesko, introduced in the second quarter of this year, will be received by the company’s customers in 2023. In the meantime, bloggers were able to spend several hours with one of these cars and take a detailed review.

Koenigsegg Jesko is the newest and best hypercar from the Swedish automaker – Koenigsegg. It was presented at the Geneva Motor Show, which was held in March of this year. According to representatives of the brand, this model is destined to overcome the speed barrier at 483 km / h. There is no doubt that the Jesko hypercar, named after Father Christian von Koenigsegg (the founder of Koenigsegg), is a true technological masterpiece. This 21-minute video gives you the opportunity to learn more about this car.

 The video appeared on the YouTube channel DragTimes – the guys visited the new Koenigsegg dealer in Florida (USA). They had the opportunity to spend some time with one of the two editions of the Swedish hypercar.

One of them is enlightened riding only on the racetrack. Another version is equipped with everything necessary to overcome the maximum speed of 483 km / h.

  The video begins with a tour of the auto salon, where there is a new 9-speed automatic transmission. We are also shown a rear triplex suspension (the same suspension scheme is also used in the front), which ensures that the car remains absolutely stable on the road in all conditions. One very interesting detail is that Koenigsegg places its logo on many details, including transmission solenoids and small suspension arms. The attention to detail is just incredible.

  Another very interesting thing that we learned from the video is that the first deliveries of the Jesko hypercar are scheduled for 2023. Keep in mind that all 125 models planned for production are already sold out. Serial production should begin in about two years. Koenigsegg manufactures all components of the Jesko model at its factory in the Swedish city of Angelholm, with the exception of tires.

Not so long ago, our publication of the cup that Koenigsegg Jesko showed on incredible photographs from Switzerland.