As you can see in the image above, the Regera (center), One:1 (right) and Agera RS (left) seem to enjoy each other's company. Those of you who are unfamiliar with Koenigsegg's creations should know we've listed them in the order of their performance.
The automaker posted the photo on its Facebook page, admitting this is something not even its employees see too often.
"Super-dooper rare occurrence today, with a One:1, Regera and an Agera RS all down at the test track at the same time," Koenigsegg said.
Nevertheless, seeing these velocity demons only makes us wonder about the future of the brand. While that may lay with the Regera, a 1,500 hp hybrid that basically has no transmission, there's another question that requires a more immediate answer.
The Koenigsegg Agera R used to hold multiple acceleration and braking records falling in the 0-186 mph-0 category, but those titles now belong to the One:1.
Once the Swedish engineers complete the development of the Regera, which is almost ready to hatch, the gasoline-electric model will take over. But we're still not sure about the exact top speed values these octane behemoths can achieve.
Since no major automaker has any plans to lend Koenigsegg its high-speed testing track (yes, VW's Ehra-Lessien is at the top of the list), we still have some waiting to do before we find out just how close the K machines can get to 300 mph.