Koenigsegg chapter shows empty company stands at the canceled Geneva Motor Show

Koenigsegg chapter shows empty company stands at the canceled Geneva Motor Show

May 12, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The press service of the Swedish brand published a video in which the head and founder of Koenigsegg shows the chic rooms that were reserved for the company at the canceled Geneva Motor Show.

The Geneva Motor Show, which traditionally takes place in March, was to become the largest and most significant automobile event of the first half of this year. Unfortunately, it was canceled due to an outbreak of coronavirus, as a result of which many automakers who planned to present their new products at the auto show had to show them online.

One of these brands was the Swedish Koenigsegg. The Swedish supercar manufacturer introduced the Jesko hypercar in the Absolut version, as well as the latest Gemera just a few days before the dealership was canceled. In the framework of our video, Christian von Koenigsegg, the founder, CEO and ideologist of the brand, shows the company’s booth at the Geneva Motor Show.


 In fact, the zone that was reserved for Koenigsegg is located above the rest.

In addition to the main stand, two conference rooms were prepared, a room for wealthy clients who could immediately configure the Jesko hypercar for themselves, as well as a relaxation area where potential brand customers could relax, have a drink and even take a virtual walk in the Forza game Horizon using the original Regera hypercar seat and steering wheel.

 A quick glance from one of the brand’s rooms to the canceled show shows a rather depressing sight – most other companies dismantle their stands. Many really interesting debuts were planned for this year, and judging by this video from Koegnisegg, we missed a really cool event.

Not so long ago, we wrote that the Swedish hypercar Koenigsegg Gemera is already “available” from a McLaren dealer. The McLaren dealer center can now offer the new Swedish four-seater hypercar Koenigsegg Gemera.