The Tampa Bay Buccaneers called. They want their supercar back.
Very few companies can capture the attention of the automotive world simply by releasing employee-sourced configurations of upcoming models. Koenigsegg has been doing this for a month or so and we've been drooling over each and every Regera its workers have created. Most recently the company's electrification engineer showed us how good the hybrid hypercar would look in red carbon. Now it's the Swedish firm's head of design's turn. Joachim decided to give his Regera a creamsicle look.
To be specific the paint is Sweet Mandarine and the white stripe is actually "Arctic White" and is offered as part of the new Polar striping package. The brake calipers are black and sit behind hollow-core carbon wheels. All but one of the employee-spec'd Regeras have featured this wheel design. Art director Lisa opted for forged web wheels instead. The interior features black leather seating with "Snow" inserts and what has been dubbed "Drift" stitching in black. Like prototype manager Mattias Vox's build, the center stack is made out of polished aluminum. We prefer the black anodized look ever so slightly but both options make for a beautiful cabin.
No one knows how long Koenigsegg will keep releasing these in-house Regera renderings. The supercar looks so good that we hope they never quit. The big thing we want to know is how exactly did Christian von Koenigsegg spec his Regera?