Koenigsegg Says Camshafts Will Disappear From Production Engines In…

We met Christian von Koenigsegg, the father of Sweden's hypercars, while he was hanging out at Spyker's stand at the Geneva Motor Show. He told us something quite juicy there — that in about 10 years or so, automobile engines won't have camshafts anymore. He's been working on his camless engines for a while. » 3/14/13 2:30pm 3/14/13 2:30pm

The Future of the Internal Combustion Engine Is Camless

The opening and closing movements of the valves in an internal combustion engine have been controlled by camshaft rotation for around 150 years. The cam itself was invented by Al-Jazari in the year 1206 as part of a proto-drum machine. But now, in Koenigsegg's shop as it is in many other labs around the world, the cam… » 2/22/13 3:42pm 2/22/13 3:42pm

Behind The Scenes At The World’s Most Innovative Supercar Maker

The most innovative supercar company in the world operates out of an old fighter jet base and is run by a straight-up Bond villain. Drive's new YouTube show goes inside the factory at Koenigsegg and we are seriously excited. » 1/02/13 12:40pm 1/02/13 12:40pm