Koenigsegg has now delivered the last of its Regera hypercars to the North American market and to mark the momentous occasion, the Swedish automaker has given the special model — nicknamed "Casper" — a blue carbon-fiber trim. Paired with a pristine white exterior, the deep blue accents run across the entirety of the car from the nose all the way to the rear, covering aerodynamic components such as the curvaceous front spoiler and airflow channels on the doors as well as serving aesthetically on the hood and engine cover.
Even the wheels of the car carry the exposed carbon-fiber look, giving the two-tone racer a truly unique and sporty image. Complementing the beautifully designed body is a hybrid V8 capable of pushing out a staggering 1,500 horsepower working in tandem with a "Direct Drive" single-gear system to give the Regera a 0-62mph time of just 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 251 mph.
Unfortunately, the special Regera has already been spoken for, joining a curated collection by Ancillary Studios called the MAP277 collection.
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