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Preparing the Koenigsegg One:1 for its Debut

by Kenny Hoeschen

/DRIVE stopped by Koenigsegg where Christian von Koenigsegg is overseeing the final preparation of the One:1 megacar for its official unveiling at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. And the result is a close look at the most extreme car ever created by the Swedish manufacturer.

The One:1 is built for both track performance and on-road driving and has active aerodynamic elements along the front splitter, active rear wing, and individually active suspension on each wheel. Incredibly, the car’s performance dynamics can be adjusted specifically to each track with data downloaded over a 3G network.

Von Koenigsegg explains that the car hasn’t really been track tested at this point, but that will be done after the Geneva and Beijing shows. To this point, it’s only been driving around the shop and virtually tested on the computer. Of course, we’re waiting anxiously to see what this megacar does on the track and how it stacks up against the Porsche 918 and the McLaren P1.

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