It isn't easy to change the automotive world. That's what Christian von Koenigsegg told us in Monterey as we drooled over the One:1. Another Swedish automaker is
The deal was outlined in a press release last night. Koenigsegg's parent company has received 150 Million Euros ($171, 807,750) for a 20% minority. It would be mutually beneficial for any automaker to invest in Koenigsegg because their technology is a glimpse of the future.
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It will allow NEVS to access the solid-state electronics used in every Koenigsegg, and they mentioned a separate joint venture. NEVS spent an additional $150 Million dollars for 65%, with Christian owning 35%. It will allow them to reach markets that are ripe for electric cars, with assembly taking place at the former Saab factory in
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