The Koenigsegg Jesko, Koenigsegg’s new hypercar and replacement for the Agera – revealed at the Geneva Motor Show – is now sold out.
When Christian von Koenigsegg revealed the Koenigsegg Jesko – so-named to honour his dad – he told us that there would only be 125 Jeskos built, with production starting at the end of 2020, and that 83 were already sold.
At the rate of one new Jesko a week being built by the men in a (very advanced) shed in Sweden, that meant the first 18 months of Jesko production was sorted. But before the Geneva Motor Show finished, Koenigsegg had secured orders from buyers and dealers for the other 42 cars, which means production is sorted for the whole run, and it’ll take until 2023 to complete.
Christian von Koenigsegg said:
The new Koenigsegg Jesko is the highest volume production run we’ve ever planned. For it to have sold out within days of its unveiling is both humbling and a wonderful testament to the outstanding crew we have at Koenigsegg. From the visionary work of our designers, engineers and technicians to the incredible job done by our sales team and our global network of Koenigsegg dealers – it took a great team to bring the Jesko to the world.
With the promised potential of a 300mph top speed in the road version, massive downforce, up to 1,578bhp on E85 fuel and much, much more, it’s no surprise the Jesko has flown off the self. Even at £2,750,000.