Following a 72-feet (22 meters) flight, the One:1 landed on the other side of the barrier, with a small fire being caused by the carbon panels touching the hot exhaust. Fortunately, the driver was able to exit the car under his own power and even used the on-board extinguisher to put out the said fire.
After completing the accident investigation, Koenigsegg announced an update for all its cars, with this including the ABS in the vehicles' Active Warning System. The Swedes also promised they would bring the destroyed One:1 back to the road - after all, the company only built seven units of the Agera RS-based hypercar.
Well, the fully rebuilt One:1 has now shown up in Switzerland and you can check out the toy in the Instagram post below. This comes from Koenigsegg itself and talks about Carage, a Swiss Koenigsegg dealership found in Lucerne - the vehicle was displayed for the grand opening of the location.
Speaking of Koenigsegg and the Nordschleife, we should get to see the Jesko attempting to bring the said title to Sweden and we can't wait to get our hands on more details on this matter.
We had the pleasure of attending the grand opening of @carageluzern last week. Carage is a brand new Koenigsegg dealership located in Lucerne, Switzerland. We’ll have a full pictorial and write-up of the event on our website, soon. The newly rebuilt KNC One:1 made its official debut at the event. The KNC One:1 is a stablemate to the KNC Regera also owned by Carage. #koenigsegg #carage #one1 #regera #nakedcarbon #sweden