It's confirmed. The Regera looks incredible in just about any colour.
Even the most boring colour in the world, such as plain silver, makes the Koenigsegg Regera look great. Give it an eye-catching hue such as orange, and the 1,479-horsepower hypercar truly becomes a sight to behold. The latest spec presented by the Swedish marque belongs to none other than the company’s head of design, Joachim Nordwall.
He decided to go with a “Sweet Mandarine” main colour combined with a new “Polar” striping package finished in Arctic White. For a bit of a contrast, the front spoiler lip and the side skirts have a bare carbon fibre appearance while lurking behind the naked carbon wheels are black brake calipers.
The exterior’s white accents continue on the inside where the Regera’s futuristic cabin has “Snow” inserts on the body-hugging leather seats adorned with black “Drift” stitching. The same colour combo is noticeable on the rear wall, while the centre stack has received a polished aluminum look to round off the tweaks.
Hopefully in the not-too-distant future, we will all be able to play with an online configurator created for the Regera. Koenigsegg has made the promise to have one ready for everyone to enjoy and dream of owning one of the most specular road cars ever created.
It will be a rare sight on the roads taking into account only 80 cars are going to be made of the 248-mile-per-hour (399-kilometre-per-hour) beast. It costs roughly $1,890,000 USD before any applicable taxes and fees, but we don’t know how many are still up for grabs today considering Koenigsegg had no problems in selling half of production run even before the Regera’s official debut in production guise at the Geneva Motor Show a year ago.