Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut

Setting new standards

Every surface element on the Koenigsegg Jesko Absolut has been purposefully constructed to reduce drag or surrounding turbulence around the car while increasing high-speed stability. 

For the Jesko Absolut, alongside over 5000 hours of design and engineering, over 3000 hours have been invested in fluid dynamics and aerodynamic analysis, on top of the Jesko, its track focused sibling. Every surface has been analysed and optimised to allow air to glide as effortlessly as possible over, under and through the body.

Both the Jesko and the Jesko Absolut are powered by a 1280 bhp (1600 bhp on E85), twin turbo charged V8 engine, featuring the world’s lightest V8 crankshaft which weighs just 12.5 kg. 

LST is Koenigsegg’s latest gearbox innovation comprising nine forward gears and several wet, multi-disc clutches in a compact, ultra-light package. Thanks to the simultaneous opening and closing of clutches, the driving experience is so seamless that it feels as though driver and car are symbiotically connected.

Both variants of the Jesko lean heavily on the pedigree of previous record-breaking Koenigsegg models. Their combination of power, aerodynamics, chassis dynamics and high technology will set new standards in the Megacar industry for years to come. 

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