One of the most discussed and famous hypercar currently is Koenigsegg Jesko. Koenigsegg revealed the Jesko at this year’s Geneva Motor Show and managed to enthrall everyone with its spec and design. Officially, Jesko replaces the Agera RS but it comes with more advanced technology than its predecessor. It can be attributed to many but the most important of them is the Light Speed Transmission technology. This is an in-house developed gearbox that replaces traditional sync rings. In this post, we are getting up close with Koenigsegg Jesko with help from Brooks Weisblat of Dragtimes. Koenigsegg hasn’t spared anything when it comes to the interior.
The cabin of the hypercar features several screens that helps driver to control every aspect of the vehicle. Even opening and closing of the doors can be performed with a touch of a button. Additionally, unlike other track focused vehicles around Koenigsegg Jesko enables user to open the compartment remotely with just using a key. How modern a hypercar could get? Jesko embodies what future models should be. Now, if you are one interested buyer who is thinking of buying this rare entity, wait for it to turn in aftermarket.
Christian von Koenigsegg had earlier revealed that 42 units were already sold within five days after its global debut in Geneva. The remaining 83 units were booked even before hypercar made its debut. Power specification of the Koenigsegg Jesko is mind boggling. It is powered with 5.0-liter V8 and offers an output of 1,262hp on unleaded fuel. When the tank is filled with E85, it generates an impressive 1,578hp and 1,500 Nm of torque and reaches a top speed of 300mph.