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. »
We are in an age of nigh-incomprehensible power figures. I mean, you can get a new Renault Twingo with 90hp! It's practically the Hellcat of rear-engined four-door economy cars. »
For a low-volume boutique automaker, the trouble with casting a complex, new turbocharger is that there's another new production technology can do the same thing cost-effectively: 3D printing. »
From /DRIVE: Most car nerds know that lightweight wheels improve a car's responsiveness by reducing rotational unsprung mass. This week on/INSIDE KOENIGSEGG 2, Christian Von K gives us the insider's tour of how the company builds the carbon-fiber wheels for its new One:1 "megacar" that can stand up to its theoretical… »
How do you get the world's first "megacar" ready for a major global auto show? Exactly how you'd probably want to drive it: very carefully and flat out. »