And there's another universe in which the said figure seems large enough to generate joy, namely the supercar spec game (the term supercar is used loosely here, so, despite having 1,600 hp, the Jesko qualifies for this label).
To be more precise, as owners start taking delivery of the Jeskos, a process that's scheduled to kick off next year, we'll get to enjoy the eye candy delivered by the configurations of these animals.
Fortunately, though, we don't have to wait for 2020 in order for the said eye feasting to take place. That's because we can rely on renderings like the one sitting before us.
For instance, the pixel play we have here portrays the Jesko in a bold shade of red, while many of the car's accents come in yellow, with the latter hue having also made its way into the cabin of the V8 toy. So the color combo pretty much explains the "China Dragon" nickname of the velocity tool.
Note that such renderings are more than just day dreams. For one thing, owners often turn to digital artists in order to see how various configurations look before actually settling for one and such exploratory specs can get pretty wild. In fact, here's an example involving a machine that rivals the Angelholm creature, namely the Bugatti Divo.
PS: Make sure to use the swipe feature of the post below for multiple angles.
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