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The Regera was specifically designed to be a luxury megacar alternative to Koenigsegg’s traditional extreme, lightweight, race-like road-legal cars. It combines a powerful twin-turbo V8 combustion engine with three electric motors and cutting-edge battery power via new powertrain technology called the Koenigsegg Direct Drive. 

While traditional Koenigseggs have always had surprising levels of practicality, creature comforts and features, our primary focus has always been to make the fastest cars in the world. The Regera continues this tradition, but with innovative technology that blends outrageous speed, supreme comfort, and a unique Direct Drive experience.

A Luxury Megacar Alternative

Truly unique

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The Direct Drive transmission of the Regera delivers blistering performance while offering one of the smoothest driving experiences imaginable. It is a true Jekyll and Hyde experience that can change completely to fit your mood.

It features a rear sub frame that allows the engine and transmission to rest on active soft mounts. In normal driving conditions, the mounts stay soft and isolate engine noise and vibrations. During spirited driving, the mounts firm up to solidify the car and give greater response. The shock absorbers are active in both height and stiffness, adjusting instantly to your inputs behind the wheel.

Daytime Running Lights (DRL) are often the first glimpse one gets of a car approaching from a distance. The constellation effect was achieved by scattering LEDs around the lamp cluster like stars set against a night sky of polished carbon fiber, making the Regera instantly recognizable from afar.

The LEDs make the whole lamp cluster glitter and shine as if encrusted with diamonds. There’s cool, and then there’s Koenigsegg cool.

The Regera is the first car in the world that operates all body closures completely automatically, at the touch of a button. We call this system ‘Autoskin’.

Koenigsegg has managed to robotize the entire Regera with almost no weight penalty, thanks to the latest advances in compact lightweight hydraulic technology. The Autoskin hydraulics replace gas struts of similar weight, resulting in minimal weight impact. Autoskin features soft-closing mechanisms, giving the Regera a sophisticated feel. 

All openings and wing mirrors are fitted with proximity sensors to safeguard against the doors striking nearby objects, such as curbs or low roofs, while opening or closing.

The interior of the Regera is swaddled in a host of luxurious accoutrements, from having two cup holders (rare in an extreme megacar of this nature), to its lush leather or Alcantara seats, roof, carpets and dashboard fittings. Even the Regera's function buttons are specially designed with nano perforations so they can be clearly lit.


1500 HP Total Output

700 HP Electric-only output

800 Volt Battery

1590 Kg Curb weight

1280 Nm Max Torque

And Performance

The Regera is Koenigsegg’s grand touring model, combining amazing performance from its 1,500 hp hybrid system with luxury and daily-driver creature comforts.

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  • The Regera's Koenigsegg Direct Drive


    Extreme hybrid

    Just direct power

    Ultimate response

    High-performing e-motors

    Extreme performance

    800 V battery system

    In-house V8

    Downsized homologated production ICE

    Koenigsegg Direct Drive (KDD) completely replaces the combustion engine’s (ICE) traditional transmission/gearbox. Instead, KDD provides direct drive to the rear axle from the ICE without the need of multitude gears or variable transmissions, all of which have inherently high energy losses.

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  • Regera powertrain

    In-house V8


    Engineered and assembled at Koenigsegg


    For markets worldwide - even with strict emission regulation


    Competitive size and weight


    Fast-spooling turbos

    Regera's dry-sump twin-turbo, DOHC, 5.0-liter V8 engine offers significant power in a compact package. The powertrain produces a combined 1500 hp with electric propulsion providing instant torque from the KDD while smaller, faster spooling turbos are fitted to enhance drivability and response.

  • Hydracoup


    clutch-slip mechanism

    Experience fast acceleration in a different way

    Sensational driving

    Even without a gearbox

    Lean and mean

    Regen braking

    Koenigsegg innovation

    Developed In-house for the Regera

    Koenigsegg developed and implemented a clutch-slip mechanism using hydraulic coupling to convert torque at medium/high speeds during fast acceleration. This allows the ICE to gain revs and power, giving the physical and aural sensation of a traditional downshift, even without a gearbox.

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  • Battery pack

    800 V

    A world-first

    4.5 kWh unit running on 800 V


    200 kW of recharge

    Compact design

    Just 66 kg with cooling fluids

    Power dense

    Produces 670 in electric hp

    Koenigsegg placed the best performing, safest battery possible in the Regera – an 800 volt, 4.5 kWh battery pack. At launch in 2015 it was the world’s first 800 V production car, and this extreme battery technology provides 525kW of discharge and up to 200 kW of recharge - performance on par with Formula 1 cars.

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  • Regera Rear view


    Extreme responsiveness

    0-400 km/h in one gear

    Mean and green

    Torque vectoring, regenerative braking and energy conversion

    Power dense

    Axial-flux topology

    Three e-motors

    One on each rear wheel and one on the crank shaft

    The Regera has three electric motors, supplementing the energy from the combustion engine. Aside from providing extreme responsiveness, these motors also allow for torque vectoring, regenerative braking and energy conversion. These axial-flux motors are extremely power-dense, making them a key ingredient for the KDD.