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Koenigsegg, also known in full as Koenigsegg Automotive AB, is a Swedish supercar/hypercar manufacturer that appears in all Forza titles.

Founded in 1994 by Christian von Koenigsegg, Koenigsegg creates high-performance, record-breaking supercars and hypercars. The current lineup includes the Agera, One:1, and Regera, the former of which has a variant named the Agera RS that currently holds the record for the fastest production car in the world.[1]

Description

Christian von Koenigsegg founded his Swedish supercar company, Koenigsegg Automotive Ltd., in 1994. Its mission is to build exclusive two-seat, mid-engine super sports cars based on state-of-the-art Formula One racing technology for a few select customers. Bodies and chassis are made of lightweight carbon fiber composite reinforced with Kevlar and aluminum honeycomb. These cars offer a combination of race car performance and superior comfort for long-distance touring. After three years of development and testing, Koenigsegg showed its first production prototype at the Paris Motor Show in 2000, and delivered its first production car, the 655 horsepower V8-powered CC8S, in 2002. This luxurious, 240-mph supercar features a custom leather interior and fitted luggage set, along with a host of high-tech features seldom seen outside of advanced race cars. Koenigsegg introduced the 806 horsepower CCR in 2004, followed in 2006 by the CCX, which delivers the same performance using 91-octane fuel and meets even more stringent emissions requirements. In 2007, the company introduced the CCXR, an 'environmentally friendly' version of the CCX. Koenigsegg creates each car in its very limited production specifically for each customer. These formidable vehicles can be set up to perform on any track or set of road conditions, but they are well-mannered on the street and offer a level of luxury no race-car driver ever enjoyed.
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Vehicles

Image Year Name Drive Engine Power Torque Weight Front/Rear
HOR XB1 Koenigsegg Jesko.png 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko RWD 5.0L Twin-Turbocharged V8
1280 hp
(954 kW)
883 ft⋅lb
(1197 Nm)
3131 lb
(1420 kg)
45 % / 55 %
HOR XB1 Koenigsegg Agera RS.png 2017 Koenigsegg Agera RS RWD 5.0L Twin-Turbocharged V8
1360 hp
(1014 kW)
1010 ft⋅lb
(1369 Nm)
3075 lb
(1395 kg)
44 % / 56 %
HOR XB1 Koenigsegg Regera.png 2016 Koenigsegg Regera RWD 5.0L Twin-Turbocharged V8
1757 hp
(1310 kW)
1578.1 ft⋅lb
(2140 Nm)
3589 lb
(1628 kg)
45 % / 55 %
HOR XB1 Koenigsegg One-1.png 2015 Koenigsegg One:1 RWD 5.0L Twin-Turbocharged V8
1341 hp
(1000 kW)
1011 ft⋅lb
(1371 Nm)
2998 lb
(1360 kg)
44 % / 56 %
HOR XB1 Koenigsegg Agera.png 2011 Koenigsegg Agera RWD 5.0L Twin-Turbocharged V8
946 hp
(705 kW)
811 ft⋅lb
(1100 Nm)
3164 lb
(1435 kg)
45 % / 55 %
HOR X360 Koenigsegg CCX-R.png 2009 Koenigsegg CCX-R Edition RWD 4.8L Supercharged V8
1018 hp
(759 kW)
796.49 ft⋅lb
(1080 Nm)
3148 lb
(1428 kg)
45 % / 55 %
HOR XB1 Koenigsegg CCX.png 2006 Koenigsegg CCX RWD 4.7L Supercharged V8
806 hp
(601 kW)
678.49 ft⋅lb
(920 Nm)
3150 lb
(1429 kg)
45 % / 55 %
HOR XB1 Koenigsegg CC8S.png 2002 Koenigsegg CC8S RWD 4.7L Supercharged V8
567 hp
(423 kW)
469 ft⋅lb
(636 Nm)
2811 lb
(1275 kg)
43 % / 57 %


Pre-Tuned

Image Year Name Drive Engine Power Torque Weight Front/Rear
HOR XB1 Koenigsegg CCGT.png 2008 Koenigsegg CCGT RWD 5.0L V8
610 hp
(455 kW)
442 ft⋅lb
(599 Nm)
2425 lb
(1100 kg)
50 % / 50 %

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