Boutique hypercar builder Koenigsegg will have something particularly special at the Geneva Motor Show this year.
The Swedish supercar manufacturer will bring its One:1, a highly limited production vehicle that will only be copied six times. But the short list of owners, which has already been filled, is only one part of what makes this car so unusual. It boasts 1,400 hp and weighs 1,400 kilograms. The name One:1 is a reference to the dizzying power-to-weight ratio, which is supposed to account for fluids and even an average sized driver.
The company expects it to set new records for the sprint time from 0-200 km/h (124 mph), 300 km/h (186 mph) and is supposed to hit 400 km/h (over 248 mph) in 20 seconds.
Like other cars built by the company, the One:1 makes heavy use of carbon fiber. In this case it uses a new front fascia with a bigger font splitter along with a massive rear spoiler and fixed carbon fiber air scoop on the roof.
GALLERY: Koenigsegg One:1
[Source: GT Spirit]