Last month, Koenigsegg set a new world record with the Regera hypercar. It beat the 0-400-o km/h time set by the Agera RS in 2017. Now, the Swedish supercar maker has released the on-board footage of the record run.
The Regera accelerated from 0-400 km/h in 22.82 seconds and decelerated back to standstill in a mere 8.67 seconds. The total time taken to complete the run was 31.49 seconds. That’s 1.8 seconds faster than what the Agera RS managed.
In the video, you see the Koenigsegg Regera seamlessly accelerate towards 400 km/h thanks to its Direct Drive. On the right hand side, you have handy graph showing the speed in ‘km/h’ and acceleration in ‘g’.
You can watch the first video of the record run here.