In a stunning and surprising flip of occasions, Swedish hypercar maker Koenigsegg has created a brief motion flick. Aptly titled Time to Reign, the 12-minute video affords a pleasant mixture of motion, espionage, and naturally, a chase scene between the Koenigsegg Regera and a sprightly Volvo 940 wagon.
However that’s not probably the most fascinating half. The quick movie stars Koenigsegg CEO Christian von Koenigsegg himself alongside along with his precise staff on the Ängelholm HQ in Sweden. The principle protagonist, Veronica, is performed by Kirsi Kärkkäinen, who occurs to be Koenigsegg’s buyer and loyalty coordinator. In the meantime, the feminine automobile thief is performed by Christina Nordin, who occurs to be a advertising and marketing and occasions coordinator at Koenigsegg in actual life.
The quick motion flick will not be with out a useful dose of comedy, as nicely. It’s an all-star ensemble that proves Swedish of us have humorousness amidst the specter of a persistent COVID-19 pandemic. However the actual star of the present is the Regera hypercar. In actual fact, the movie’s plot is centered across the final Regera, which is receiving a pleasant wash beneath the solar because the movie progresses.
The Koenigsegg Regera is an ultra-exclusive hypercar produced in restricted numbers. The automaker solely constructed 80 examples of the Regera to the tune of $2-million+ every. The Regera packs fairly a punch with its 5.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 and an 800-volt hybrid powertrain. Producing a mixed output of 1,500 horsepower and upwards of 1,475 pound-feet of torque (2,000 Nm), the Regera is packing an even bigger punch than the Bugatti Chiron.
The Regera is so highly effective, in actual fact, that it solely takes 2.8-seconds to speed up from zero to sixty. Moreover, it rushes to 124 mph in 6.6-seconds and 186 mph in simply 10.9-seconds. All 80 models of the Regera are offered out.
Additionally, ‘Regera’ is a Swedish phrase for ‘Reign.’ How’s that for a Koenigsegg Easter egg? Time to Reign premiered on Koenigsegg’s YouTube channel on July 10. The video at the moment has 208,000+ views.