Sure, it is a tad weird to be posting winter testing movies in the midst of April, the identical method it is just a little unusual for it to be 38 levels in components of the Midwest this week. We are able to do with out the climate, however we’ll take the movies, and here is one other — a counterpoint to a vid from per week in the past. Rimac supplied our final journey to northern Sweden, the Croatian hypercar maker there to check the Nevera in temperatures properly colder than 5 levels Fahrenheit. Two hours east of that, seems Swedish hypercar maker Koenigsegg was testing its Jesko within the frozen stuff. The Swedes known as their video Egg Hunt for apparent causes, however there wasn’t a lot of a hunt, only a man gathering big neon eggs within the forest till the path leads him to the Jesko. Appears the Swedish Easter Bunny is perhaps method cooler than ours.
What’s cool about these two movies is that they ask, “How do you want your ice dancing?” With 4 motors producing 1,914 horsepower and 1,741 pound-feet of torque to maneuver 4,960 kilos, and emitting a mild whine that may be barely heard above the soundtrack? Or with a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 producing 1,600 hp and 1,107 lb-ft to encourage 3,130 kilos and a Battlestar Galactica wing, emitting a roar that will have had the Easter Bunny apologizing to each hibernating bear and rethinking his egg hunt technique? Take your time deciding, there is no improper reply. By the best way, that wing and the facility determine mark this as the usual Jesko on E85. The Jesko on normal gasoline makes ‘simply’ 1,200 horsepower.
The Jesko and Nevera ought to be discovering their technique to the primary clients shortly. Possibly subsequent time they each trip in northern Sweden, they’re going to go collectively. That could be a video.