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Koenigsegg Jesko Komet looks like a burning fireball

Here’s an interesting Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut spec that recently surfaced on social media. The Jesko Komet is not a real car but a spec idea created by @koenigseggjesko.registry in collaboration with @lmm23design.

As the name suggests, the inspiration for this spec was the fireball seen when a comet / asteroid enters the Earth’s atmosphere. The front of the car is painted in Pearl White that fades into Sweet Mandarin at the rear – kind of like the long fiery tail of the space rock.

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The front splitter, wing mirrors, rear fins, and diffuser is finished in exposed carbon fibre. The car also has carbon wheels with the aero-optimized variety in the rear.

Inside, the Jesko Komet features Desiato alcantara upholstery with Lava Orange drift pattern stitching.

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This fireball spec suits the Jesko Absolut, the low-drag version of the hypercar. This variant is slightly longer, and Koenigsegg has done away with the large rear wing for a more slippery design.

At its heart is a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with a peak output of 1600 hp and 1106 lb-ft of torque. The engine drives the rear wheels via a 9-speed multi-clutch transmission. It is estimated to reach speeds in excess of 300 mph.

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