Koenigsegg Jesko will get a "mythical" version
At the design studio, LMM Design showed renders of a unique variation of the Koenigsegg Jesko Hydra.
An exclusive modification of the hypercar develops to order by one of the company's clients.
The name Hydra was chosen for a two-door car for a reason. In ancient Greek mythology, the Hydra with nine heads bore this name. A hint of the Jesko's feature is the 9-speed Light Speed Transmission robot with eight multi-plate clutches.
The car's color scheme is as follows: the body is made of "visible" carbon fiber, which is complemented in the sun by purple "scales" and accents of the same shade. The model also received a different aerodynamic body kit: there are separate front canard wings, an air intake on the roof, and a stabilizer fin, which is located between the horizontal supports of the branch.
In the 2-door cabin, everything resembles the exterior of a car. The front panel has a stylized Hydra lettering, and the headrests of the seats are decorated with a mythical monster.
The technical part of the novelty is classified. The standard Jesko has a 5.0L V8 engine with twin turbochargers and an LST "robot." The unit's power is equal to 1280 hp with conventional fuel and 1600 hp with E85 bioethanol. The torque reaches 1500 Nm at 5100 pm; 1000 Nm - at 2700-6170 pm.