Koenigsegg’s latest megacar is hitting the road.
With its ability to introduce revolutionary innovation and novel ideas to the automotive industry, Swedish manufacturer Koenigsegg is cherished, and each of its creations is more anticipated than the last. One of the latest is the Jesko, a megacar, as Koenigsegg calls it, putting it a step above the hallowed designation of “hypercar,” that the manufacturer has introduced with immense power (as much as 1,603) and the potential to rewrite the rules of performance. Named after Koenigsegg founder Christian von Koenigsegg’s father, it’s one of the greatest creations yet to come from the celebrated Swedish brand.
The Jesko comes in two forms: Attack and Absolut. The Jesko Attack is made for track performance and driver focus, with a large spoiler and advanced aerodynamics made for tackling corners and providing unparalleled precision through bends and straightaways alike. However, the Jesko Absolut has a different goal: the ultimate top speed. With a different aerodynamic setup, the Jesko Absolut is designed with the simple yet ever-difficult goal of going as fast as possible.
As production has, at long last, started on the Jesko, which was first unveiled in 2019, new specs of the stunning hypercar are continuing to be revealed. As Koenigsegg shows off various clients’ configurations of the Koenigsegg Jesko, we’ve listed them all here for enthusiasts to admire.