Koenigsegg builds among the quickest and rarest automobiles on the earth. These are additionally mechanical wonders that function improvements such because the gearless hybrid powertrain that we discover within the Regera. As you’ll be able to think about, they’re additionally extraordinarily costly. However for those who're wealthy sufficient that an atypical Regera will not be too uncommon or too costly for you, Koenigsegg could have an answer: naked carbon fiber.
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At present, Koenigsegg has introduced the development of the primary automobile ever completed in its naked carbon fiber model. Inventive known as Koenigsegg Bare Carbon, or KNC, it makes use of no varnish or varnish to guard the carbon floor. Even the skinny layer of epoxy that’s often between the carbon fiber and the surface world has been eliminated by hand, leaving solely pure carbon.
The result’s a fully lovely automobile. The Regera Koenigsegg is already a fantastic automobile, however the remedy with the KNC brings it to a very totally different degree. Is it mandatory? Under no circumstances. However take a look at these photos. It’s pure artwork in engineering.
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Koenigsegg says that it took years to develop the approach. However now he is ready to produce physique panels, wheels, wings, dividers, fins and naked carbon rims. KNC is claimed to be insensitive to the climate and fewer prone to decide up gravel. Koenigsegg additionally claims that the KNC physique Regera weighs 44 kilos lower than a painted automobile.
"It isn’t unusual for a buyer to specify his automobile with seen carbon fiber – it’s a lovely materials from a visible viewpoint in addition to our clients. KNC brings the concept of seen carbon fiber to a complete new degree, revealing an outstanding luster and a really silky end, "stated President and Founder Christian von Koenigsegg in an announcement. "Koenigsegg's philosophy has all the time been to discover the extremes – it's a pleasure to increase this concept to a complete new technique to end and current a automobile."