This one-off Koenigsegg Jesko is stunningly extreme
It even has purple flakes in the carbon fiber
Despite being around for only 26 years, Koenigsegg has made some of the most striking cars ever. Just last year at the Geneva Motorshow they unveiled the Jesko, the successor to the Agera. Koenigsegg believes the Jesko will ultimately be the fastest production car ever and will have a limited production run of just 125 units. However, American entrepreneur Dylan Jacob decided having one of the 125 Jeskos isn't exclusive enough so he worked with LMM Design to make a customized one-off version. It is compelling.
Better yet, it is named after the nine-headed serpentine Greek God Lernaean Hydra. The Jesko Hydra is even more intense than the track-ready and Absolut packages. How? Well, it has a roof scoop, shark fin, and colossal rear wing. Because that apparently isn't enough for everybody, Jacob also opted for purple-colored carbon fiber! Inside the cabin you will find that almost everything is covered in alcantara with purple stitching. "Hydra" has been embroidered onto the dashboard, with the Hydra logo on the headrests.
Similarly to standard Jeskos, the Jesko Hydra has a 5.0 liter twin-turbo V8 producing 1280 horsepower and 1106 lb/ft of torque. I bet that will look stunning when cruising at over 300 miles per hour.
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