Koenigsegg SUV Concept Looks Like a Jesko "Boat", Has Three Rows

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While the SUV camp is obviously gaining more and more fans, there will always be aficionados who steer clear of the disconnected driving experience and massive look of such machines. And when it comes to brands that are famous for their go-fast efforts, the gap between the two camps only increases. So, how about an SUV built by Koenigsegg?
Fortunately, Angelholm won't jump the crossover bandwagon anytime soon. For one thing, the company is still young and, having built its image on hypercars and speed records, building an SUV would confuse its customers - this is the same reason that sits behind McLaren's denial of the genre, so we're safe, at least for now.

Nevertheless, the world wide web always like to dwell on dreams, even when such fantasies are on the odd side. And this is how we ended up with the rendering behind the screen. Admittedly, this creature packs plenty of design features that define Christian von Koenigsegg's company.

It's no secret that this pixel work uses the Lincoln Aviator as a starting point, so we're talking about three rows of seats here. This means that an important part of the vehicle's practicality aspects are covered - the rendering comes from Carnewsnetwork and, if you use the swipe feature of the Instagram post below, which portrays the toy, you'll notice the original.

Now, while the Egg badge shouldn't be placed on an SUV, it would be helpful to have the company's go-fast expertise used by a carmaker wishing to develop a high-rider, so here's to hoping the Swedes lend their engineering experience in such fashion. Keep in mind this cross-field experience is the logic Aston Martin uses to explain the new DBX, which is the first SUV in the history of the company, but this is another story for another time.

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