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Diffuser? Check. Massive exhaust? Check.
The rear wing of the Koenigsegg Regera is flush to the body when cruising, but can be deployed at any time.
The fairings on the Regera are incorporated directly into the one-piece rear deck lid.
The carbon fiber wheels have a bit of a biohazard-symbol feel, no?
Alloy wheels are also available.
Imagine these lights coming up behind you on the highway.
Take care driving over speed bumps. The Regera's front splitter barely clears the ground.
The wraparound windshield is a stunning feature of the Regera.
Every Koenigsegg has a ghost badge. Its current test runway used to be under the direction of the Swedish Air Force. The ghost is an homage to their mascot.
It's all about carbon fiber.
Leather interior and a carbon fiber dash exemplify the exotic quality of the Regera.
Let's leave the "My Humps" reference to the Black Eyed Peas, everyone.
Perhaps it's unintentional, but those HVAC vents look a lot like an old-school supercharger blower.
This thing costs over 2 million dollars and there is only ONE windshield wiper?
Good thing the Regera has a nice-looking rump, as that's all people will see as it blows by.
There are two electric motors hidden under that rear deck lid, each one powering a rear wheel.
A third electric motor is at the crank of the internal combustion engine.
In addition to the three electric motors, the Koenigsegg Regera uses a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 to develop over 1,500 horsepower.
A 9-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay comes standard.
Not much room to recline in the Regera, but with a top speed of 249 miles per hour, it's doubtful you'll be sleeping.