15 Year Old Creates Stunning Koenigsegg Utagera Concept


This kids has some serious skills.

Thai teenager Jennarong Muengtaweepongsa has got a serious future in the car design industry. Also known as Vanatical Design, the 15-year-old has been on our radar before with his awesome renderings of an Aston Martin DB11 and “baby" Koenigsegg. That was called the Legera, while his latest design study is called the Utagera. It means “terminate” in Swedish and has been transformed into a scale model by California’s N2A Motors.

Currently on display at the Thailand International Motor Expo, the talented teen worked on the project for three months. Power comes from a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that Jennarong envisions produces up to 1,000 hp without any electrical aid. However, the monster performance is contrasted with an elegant, refined body shape, albeit one that absolutely screams speed from every angle.

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