The most extreme car to appear at the Geneva auto show was the Koenigsegg One:1, which boasts 1,341 horsepower.
Koenigssegg, maker of very rare, very fast cars brought out a new model at the 2014 Geneva auto show: the One:1, a miracle of engineering.
This year's Geneva auto show was one for the record books, featuring rare supercars, concepts, important new models, and the debut of Apple CarPlay.
Next week's Geneva auto show promises a cornucopia of automo-love, with the world's best collection of supercars, an array of concept vehicles, and important new models for the everyday driver.
We'd offer our first-borns for a quick blast in the new Koenigsegg Agera R -- the harder, faster version of last year's Agera. Check out our photos to see why.
Koenigsegg, Pagani, and Spano all brought cars to the 2011 Geneva auto show, but simply calling them sports cars doesn't do them justice. These are road-legal race cars, and as such, sport turn signals and headlights. Their cabins offer such amenities as navigation and Bluetooth phone systems. But they still find 60 mph in under 3 seconds and do things in corners other cars can only dream about.
Automotive News reports on Koenigsegg's announcement that it will buy Saab from GM.
Who says supercars can't (and shouldn't) be green?
Swedish supercar maker Koenigsegg and NLV Solar AG show a concept electric car with a range of 310 miles and a top speed of 170 mph.
Koenigsegg, one of the most respected supercar makers on the planet, has just announced an all-electric sports car that could give the Tesla Roadster a run for its money