Koenigsegg’s unique Naked Carbon Finish (KNC) offers a revolutionary, ultra-lightweight carbon finish, combining aesthetics with durability.
Koenigsegg operates as a leader in hypercar innovation, pushing the boundaries of design, technology, and performance throughout its growing lineup of multi-million dollar hypercars. One of the manufacturer’s most celebrated achievements was the addition of its bespoke Naked Carbon Finish (KNC), a pioneering approach to carbon finishes that enhances both the aesthetic and functional aspects of its vehicles. Introduced 12 years ago with the Aircore Carbon wheels for the Agera, KNC stands out as a Koenigsegg exclusive, polishing the carbon down to its core through a specialized process. This technique leaves the carbon without any additional layers, distinguishing KNC from conventional finishes that add material.
Over the years, KNC has demonstrated exceptional resistance to scratches and UV damage, setting a new standard in the hypercar industry. Today, Koenigsegg commemorates the introduction of KNC by sharing a spectacular photoshoot of three bare carbon examples on its Instagram page. Shot by Bleko (@blekoshots), the jaw-dropping lineup features an Agera RS, Regera, and Jesko Attack presented in matching Koenigsegg Naked Carbon finishes. While organizing all of Koenigsegg’s most prominent hypercars proves to be challenging in itself, finding three specs that showcase the lightweight body design is truly unheard of. This innovative finish reduces weight by subtracting rather than adding material. The result is a lighter finish and an exquisite metallic sheen that is tactilely unique, being cold to the touch. View all Koenigsegg hypercars currently for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.
Source: Koenigsegg Instagram/@blekoshots (photography)