Priced at $1.89-million and limited to just 80-units worldwide, the Koenigsegg Regera is the company’s first hypercar to not have a gearbox. You read that right, the traditional gearbox has been replaced with Koenigsegg Direct Drive, or in other words, a hydraulic clutch, the three lightweight electric motors and a 9 kWh battery pack. This reportedly saves around 440 pounds compared to having a double clutch gearbox. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.
“The Regera has 1,500 hp thanks to a twin-turbo combustion engine producing 1,100 on pump gas, and 3 electric motors made by Rimac: one on the crank with 221 pound feet of torque, and two at each rear wheel with 192 ft lb. Thanks to that, you get torque vectoring as well,” reports Jalopnik.