Koenigsegg went to Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps to set a new lap record for production cars with the One:1 last week. They managed to do that, ending practice Wednesday with a time of 2:32.14. It’s not the record they wanted to set or the one they deserve to set. I was there. The world, it seems, is against Koenigsegg. »
What’s the best way to get your neck muscles in shape? Jump inside one of the six Koenigsegg One:1s with factory test driver Robert Serwanski at the wheel. That will count as exercise, and possibly stimulate colon health too, as it may evacuate your bowels faster than downing six gallons of Metamucil. »
The Koenigsegg One:1 is a rear-wheel drive car with a twin-turbo V8 producing 1,341 horsepower. Some say that’s too much to put down. Test driver Robert Serwanski disagrees.
Can a 789 horsepower Ferrari V12 possibly sound better than a twin-turbo Koenigsegg V8 producing one megawatt of holy force? I guess it’s about time we find out! »
Given a 1,360 horsepower, 280 mile per hour Koenigsegg One:1, you know exactly the first thing you’d do with it. Drag race the nuts off of it, and leave a trail of dead Lamborghinis, Porsches, and the odd Mercedes in your wake. »
In the last few years, Christian von Koenigsegg has gone from relative obscurity to a leader in supercar innovations. But even though his company has become more well known, many don't know what a Koenigsegg is. Well, basically, the company is Christian's life. »
There's that stupid thing you did as a kid, and then there's endangering the lives of every single person around you on the road, as you hurtle like a missile at a claimed 213 MPH down a suburban highway in a Koenigsegg. This video is the latter. »
Both of these cars are as wide as a bus, come with supercharged V8s, heavy manual gearboxes and utterly useless stereos. The CCR is one of 14, while the Ford represents one third of the Mirage 720 population. »