Nevertheless, the "300" sister car of the Jesko will undoubtedly surface at a certain point. And, to help pass the time, I've brought along a rendering that portrays this.
While the Swedish engineers have to turn to complex aero testing to adjust the 1,600 hp animal for its go-faster purpose, the main ingredient required for the transformation is no secret: less drag is required, while a certain level of downforce still needs to be present, so one can keep the hypercar on the road at the said kind of speed.
So, as LMM23 Design, the pixel label behind this work explains, the front splitter is now about 30 percent shorter. Then we have a delete job involving the front canards and side winglets, along with the rear wing - the latter was replaced with a decently-sized fin.
Nevertheless, it's more likely that the actual car will come with a rear wing that can be more or less fully retracted into the body.
And if this "studio view" of a Big K looks impressive, let's take a bit of time to check out the street footprint of such machines. For instance, we recently discussed what can be described as a casual drag race, one involving tree Eggs.
We're talking about Agera RS monsters here, so, between them, the beasts packed no less than 4,080 horsepower.
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A possible look for the future Koenigsegg Jesko ‘300’ - featuring a 30% shorter front splitter, removed front canards and side winglets, and wing removed and replaced with a small fin. Thanks to @ghostsquadron.koenigsegg for helping with the conception of this. —————————— #koenigsegg #jesko #koenigseggagera #koenigseggjesko #supercar #hypercar #racecar #render #3drender #car #cars #carlifestyle #carswithoutlimits #art #3dart #lamborghini #ferrari #pagani #mclaren ——————————