But the company has no interest in building a smaller sports car.
Afterpresenting two new models – the Agera RS and Regera – in Geneva last week, Christian von Koenigsegg continues to shock his many admirers bydropping another hint of what the may future hold. What canbe more shocking than the Regera's blend of a luxurious cabin and manic, 1500horsepower and 1475 lb-ft of torque performance? Well, imagine somethingsimilar coming out of a four-door sedan or coupe. Speaking to Top Gear, Koenigseggsaid that a four-door model is a distinct possibility.
Koenigsegg stated, "Yes, I can imagine a car like that. Maybe within thenext five years, possibly earlier than that." In the same breath, he also saidthat the company does not intend, as previously rumored, to enter the smaller,Porsche 911-sized sports car segment, calling the sector a "hornet'snest" where "everyone is trying to kill each other". Currently,besides doubling its model offering and intended production, the company isfocusing on technological developments, namely an internalcombustion engine with no camshafts. But don't be surprised if some of thesedevelopments will be introduced in a future sedan model.