Koenigsegg, the Swedish automobile company, known to create probably the most attractive hypercars wanted to celebrate 1 million followers of its Instagram account. Can you imagine how they celebrated? Koenigsegg put the $1.9 million (approx. Rs 12 crore) through fierce crash tests. Be that as it may, Koenigsegg needed to show the solidness and durability of the Regera.
In the video, the Regera experiences different terrible crash tests, showing the quality of its carbon-fiber bodywork. It was hit a few times with a hammer, the supercar left pretty much safe than it was expected.
Koenigsegg uncovered the production version of the Regera at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The supercar is fueled by a 5-liter V8 twin-turbo engine packing near 1500bhp assisted by three electric motors. This power causes the Regera sprint to 100km/h in only 2.8 seconds as guaranteed by Koenigsegg.
The carbon-fiber body helps hold the weight down. Likewise, the Regera is outfitted with a “Direct Drive” framework that replaces a traditional gearbox. It has a clutch-slip system that utilizes a hydraulic-coupling to convert torque at medium to high speeds during acceleration, empowering the unit to pick up revs and power.