Diffuser? Check. Massive exhaust? Check.

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The rear wing of the Koenigsegg Regera is flush to the body when cruising, but can be deployed at any time.

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The fairings on the Regera are incorporated directly into the one-piece rear deck lid.

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The carbon fiber wheels have a bit of a biohazard-symbol feel, no?

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Alloy wheels are also available.

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Imagine these lights coming up behind you on the highway.

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Take care driving over speed bumps. The Regera's front splitter barely clears the ground.

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The wraparound windshield is a stunning feature of the Regera.

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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.

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It's all about carbon fiber.

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Leather interior and a carbon fiber dash exemplify the exotic quality of the Regera.

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Let's leave the "My Humps" reference to the Black Eyed Peas, everyone.

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Perhaps it's unintentional, but those HVAC vents look a lot like an old-school supercharger blower.

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This thing costs over 2 million dollars and there is only ONE windshield wiper?

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Good thing the Regera has a nice-looking rump, as that's all people will see as it blows by.

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There are two electric motors hidden under that rear deck lid, each one powering a rear wheel.

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A third electric motor is at the crank of the internal combustion engine.

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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.

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A 9-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay comes standard.

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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.

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