Hypercar Koenigsegg Regera has made significant progress records for acceleration to 400 km/h and the subsequent complete stop.
The company Koenigsegg has broken, set it as the record for acceleration from a standstill to 400 km/h with the subsequent complete stop. Regera hypercar was led by a factory test pilot Persson Sonny, he managed to improve the previous result Agera RS two years ago by nearly two seconds. He was able to accelerate to 400 km/h with the subsequent complete stop for 31,49 seconds, 1.8 seconds under the previous record.
Check-in took place in Sweden on the runway of the aerodrome Council, which is prepared in advance and lengthened to 300 metres, for safety reasons. The conditions were almost perfect – Sunny with an almost complete absence of wind. But because of the quality of the road surface, in some places the pilot had to go around the bumps.
The acceleration to 400 km/h superguide need of 22.87 seconds and 1613,2 meter track. On slowing to a stop had to spend of 8.62 seconds, and the braking distance is made up 435,26 meters. It is worth Recalling, Koenigsegg Regera under the hood was sheltered by a hybrid powertrain consisting of a 5.0-litre twin-turbo V8 and three electric motors.
Also use the unique Koenigsegg Direct Drive transmission (KDD). The overall performance of the motor 1 reaches 500 HP and 2000 Nm of torque. From standstill to 100 km/h Regera hypercar can reach 2.8 seconds.
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