Time for you to party like it’s 1999. The vehicle the thing is above may be the first inside a new series whereby Koenigsegg employees configure their ideal Regera megacars. First of all is self-confessed Prince fan and communications manager Steven Wade.
So that as you will see, it’s no Little Red Corvette, but rather an extremely large crimson Regera.
“V?x will laugh at me (as might millions of others),” explains Wade, “but I’ve selected a crimson carbon exterior finish, with white-colored striping and obvious carbon side intakes. I’m an enormous Prince fan (still grieving) and I’ve always loved our cars in crimson.”
We concur. Looks quite magnificent, no? He was enticed by Gold leaf stripes – “like the crimson/gold mixture of chassis 7094” – but made the decision that gold is the perfect partner for paint, instead of tinted carbon. Don’t forget get Delirious, in the end. The wheels are carbon matters with white-colored calipers, to accomplish the outside excellence.
Better ditch your Raspberry Beret and Dirty Mind, though, because inside it’s ‘snow’ leather having a basket weave seat pattern. “Yes,” explains Wade, “anyone who experienced the vehicle would need to be impeccably clean.” Though has Wade courted Debate with the addition of blue stitching around the seats?
Um, no. “The stitching on these seats is blue, but it’d be crimson around the real factor,” he assures us.
Clearly, Top Gear’s appetite for clumsily shoehorning Prince songs into copy knows no bounds, so we’ll wrap this up rapidly. The Regera is obviously, area of the New Power Generation, and therefore includes a twin-turbo 5.-litre V8, three-electric motors along with a combined output of just one,479bhp and 1,465lb foot of torque. It’s fast, it’s complicated, as well as in crimson, is a little a Peach.