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CARAGE is an official Koenigsegg dealer.
Whenever a new part is developed in Ängelholm – be it a rim or a brake calliper – you’ll hear it from us first. As well as providing you with expert, up-to-date advice on the Swedish luxury car manufacturer, we also offer a vehicle service for all Koenigsegg models.
You will find a range of different Koenigsegg models at CARAGE in Marbella, Spain.Discover the latest supercars and learn about the manufacturing process, their features and, of course, their performance. We’ll also be pleased to take you around one of our special showrooms and introduce you to the vehicles.
You can configure your ideal vehicle on site, where our highly-experienced staff look forward to showing you the various options.You will currently find the following models at CARAGE:
The Koenigsegg Gemera has made ist world debut in march 2020. It ist the world’s first Mega-GT an Koenigsegg’s first four seater. The Gemera is limited to an edition of 300 cars. It is an extreme megacar that meets spacious interior and ultimate environmental consciousness.
«Ultimate performance has belonged to the world oft wo-seaters with very limited luggage space – until now», says CEO and founder Christian von Koenigsegg. « The Gemera is a completely new category of car where extreme megacar meets spacious interior and ultimate environmental consciousness. We call it a Mega-GT.»
Since the birth of the company more than 25 years ago, Koenigsegg has been driven to create the ultimate performance car.
This new Mega-GT seats four large adults comfortably with space catering to ther carry-on luggage, meaning the Koenigsegg magacar experience can be shared with family ad friends. Despite being a four-seater, the Gemera easily outperforms most two-seat megacars, both combustion and electric. Still the focus of the Gemera is taking on long-range public roads - family trips, in comfort, style and safety with never-expore-experienced performance.
Wit hits 1.27 megawatts of power and 3500 NM of torque, the Gemera goes from 0 to 100km/h in 1.9 seconds and to 400 km/h in record matching pace.
The sound of its Freevalve 3-cylinder engine with a large displacement is impressive.
The Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut has been unveiled. It is the fastest Koenigsegg ever made and the company will never endeavor to make a faster series-production road car – ever. Customers will be able to choose between the Jesko Absolut and the more track-oriented Jesko version that was presented a year ago.
Every surface element on the Jesko Absolut has been purposefully constructed to reduce drag or surrounding turbulence around the car while increasing high-speed stability. Although just as powerful, the Jesko Absolut is a more seamless and stealthier interpretation of the Jesko, its track-focused sibling.
The Jesko Absolut has a drag coefficient value of only 0.278 Cd. The low drag in combination with a frontal area of 1.88 m2 in combination with a power level of minimum 1600 bhp, make the Jesko Absolut destined to achieve higher, more extraordinary speeds than any Koenigsegg or any other fully homologated car before it. – How fast? Time will tell. Looking at the math and the advanced simulations – it will be unbelievably fast.
Koenigsegg has unveiled an all-new megacar – the Koenigsegg Jesko – at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. Jesko inherits the mantle left by the Agera RS as the leading track-focused, road-legal car for those looking for the ultimate in vehicle performance.
Jesko is named for Jesko von Koenigsegg, the father of company Founder and CEO, Christian von Koenigsegg.
Jesko von Koenigsegg was a key presence at Koenigsegg Automotive during its formative years. His considerable business acumen helped steer the company through many early challenges. Now retired and in his 80’s, Jesko von Koenigsegg and his wife, Brita, were on-hand at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show to see his namesake vehicle introduced to the world.
What does ‘from 150 to 250 km/h in 3.2 seconds’ or ‘from 0 to 400 km/h in less than 20 seconds’ sound like? It sounds like the Koenigsegg Regera.
The new supercar combines a powerful twin-turbo V8 engine with three electric motors and Koenigsegg’s innovative Direct Drive powertrain technology. The result? A lighter and more efficient car – with a breathtaking 2000 Nm of torque.
Although traditional Koenigsegg vehicles have always offered supreme comfort, the primary focus has remained the same: to make the fastest cars on the planet. The Koenigsegg Regera stays true to this tradition, offering the driver not just a range of practical features but also outrageous speed and a unique direct drive experience. ‘Regera’ means ‘to reign’ in Swedish. A fitting name for a vehicle with such an unbelievable combination of power, responsiveness and luxury. The Regera is the king of the road – simply untouchable.
The One:1 was launched in 2014. Production was limited to just seven, including a prototype. It was one of the most exclusive production car programmes in the history of the automotive industry.
The car’s mass-performance ratio is an astonishing 1:1 (1360 hp to 1360 kg), a dream ratio previously thought impossible for street-legal sports cars. The One:1 is the world’s first production car with 1000 kilowatts of power, making it the first-ever series production megacar.
It features new and unique technological solutions that enhance track performance considerably without compromising top speed or everyday usability. With the release of the CCXR model in 2007, Koenigsegg was the first supercar manufacturer to move toward green technology. And the One:1 advances this innovation, also running on E85 biofuel.
The CCXR Edition was created to break records in inimitable Koenigsegg style. The aim was to deliver superior performance – whether on the track or on the world’s most stunning roads – as well as supreme style and comfort.
When the CCXR Edition was launched in 2008, no other supercar could compete for power-to-weight ratio, aerodynamic balance, downforce and chassis stiffness. The CCXR Edition retained its fantastic drivability with a chassis and suspension set-up that could absorb uneven road surfaces like no other car in its segment.
The engine of the Koenigsegg CCXR Edition’ is upped from 4.7 to 4.8 litres and, in combination with the flex-fuel system, produces a whopping 1018 hp. The lowered chassis has been track-tuned with stiffer suspension and anti-roll bars. With a stunning body made entirely of carbon fibre, coupled with 11-spoke aluminium wheels and the unique rear wing, the CCXR Edition is an automotive work of art.
The Koenigsegg Trevita is a limited edition of the CCXR, which was released two years before.
The Koenigsegg visible carbon weave bodywork is known around the globe for its uniqueness and perfection. Previously, car manufacturers had only used traditional black carbon fibres. But for the Trevita, Koenigsegg developed a unique coated fibre that transformed them from black into a sparkling, silvery white. When sunlight hits the Trevita, it looks like millions of tiny white diamonds have been infused into the bodywork.
‘Trevita’ is a Swedish abbreviation that means ‘three whites’. As the name suggests, the original plan was to limit production of the Trevita to just three. But because the white carbon fibre was extremely difficult and time-consuming to manufacture, Koenigsegg decided to make the car even more exclusive and limit it to just two.
The CC8S premièred in 2000. The first production car ever made by Koenigsegg caused a sensation. It was the result of eight years of development work that started with Christian von Koenigsegg’s dream of building his own supercar.
The minimalistic, clean and efficient design is what sets the CC8S apart from its peers. In its aesthetics, philosophy and functionality, the CC8S set a benchmark for all future Koenigsegg cars. And with a top speed of 390 km/h, the car delivers incredible performance. But the CC8S also became famous for its unique carbon roof (which can be detached and stowed in the front of the vehicle) as well as its innovative dihedral actuation doors, a special type of butterfly door.
Numerous awards underline the CC8S’s cult status, including the ‘Red Dot’ award for excellent design, and the Guinness Book of Records lists it as the world’s most powerful production car. What’s more, Jeremy Clarkson named the CC8S his favourite supercar of 2004, which almost amounts to a knighthood.