Wearing chassis number #7154, this is car No. 11 out of the total of 80 being brought to the world.
And orange doesn't just adorn most of the exterior, together with the brake calipers. Oh no. The hue has also made its way inside the hyper hybrid, where orange and black leather generate striking contrast.
Now, if you'd like to know more about Barrak Al-Sarraf, the owner of the gas-electric toy, feel free to brose the aficioando's Instagram account, which you can find below.
Speaking of the Koenigsegg Regera, you should know that the GT destination of the animal doesn't mean owner won't try to drift the thing, for instance.
In fact, Carina Lima, a racing driver who had taken delivery of her Regera recently attempted to slide the thing around on the said Angelholm test track.
And since the Regera doesn't have a gearbox in the traditional sense, things entered the oddball realm. In the end, the gear head managed to turn the rear tires of the Egg into clouds of smoke, which may or may not have been her original intention.
Oh, and in case you're wondering wether Carina was familiar to Koenigseggs or not, you should know the Reg was her fourth.
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