Record acceleration Koenigsegg 0-400-0 km / h showed from the cabOctober 15, 2019
Koenigsegg Regera set a new world record for acceleration from standstill to 400 km / h and subsequent full stop
Koenigsegg published an onboard video with a world record for acceleration from standstill to 400 km / h and the subsequent full stop. The Regera coupe was able to complete this procedure in 31.49 s – almost 2 s faster than the previous achievement of the Agera RS supercar.
Check-in took place in September in Sweden on the runway of the Rada airfield, which was specially extended by 300 m for security reasons. The car was driven by a test pilot of the Swedish supercar manufacturer Sonny Persson. The video shows the level of speed and deceleration of Agera RS in real time.
The Regera is equipped with a hybrid propulsion system consisting of a five-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, three electric engines (one integrated into the crankshaft and two mounted on the rear axle), as well as a unique single-stage transmission. In total, the units give out more than 1500 liters. from. and 2000 Nm of torque. The hypercar is able to accelerate from standstill to 100 km / h in 2.8 seconds.
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