It’s no shock that with the present COVID-19 pandemic, all of us have sudden time on our arms. A motion of self-improvement has begun, and we’re studying new expertise and attempting new issues. Koenigsegg is not any exception and has just lately taken half in producing what the Swedish automaker calls a spare time in-house manufacturing.
Whereas Koenigsegg autos have spent numerous hours in entrance of cameras, there’s a task reversal in terms of being on the opposite aspect. That each one modifications now with the model’s newest short-film referred to as The Reign, which options firm founder and CEO Christian von Koenigsegg and his private Regera.
The story begins with Christian giving his Regera a wash. Whereas detailers have mentioned that Koenigsegg autos possess concourse-quality paint from the manufacturing facility, Christian isn’t doing his Regera any favors. We all know the movie is all for enjoyable however we positively cringed a bit of seeing a budget sponge sliding throughout the paint.
Semantics apart, the movie options an Easter egg with the Ghost Squadron that’s tasked with defending the Regera. Whereas it might simply sound like an insignificant activity power written into the movie, the actual Ghost Squadron truly performs an important function for the Swedish automaker. In actual fact, its manufacturing facility in Ängelholm used to deal with The Ghosts, Sweden’s oldest fighter airplane squadron. Proper from the beginning, Koenigsegg determined to honor the Ghost Squadron’s heritage in its ghost-shaped brand.
Following the automotive wash, Christian will get a name from an adversary in Monaco who desires his sacred Regera. Sadly, because it was the final to roll off of the manufacturing line he isn’t parting with it, or so he thought….
Whereas there are some campy qualities to the Koenigsegg movie, we’re curious to see what future episodes will maintain. Tell us your ideas on the summer season sequence within the feedback beneath.