In Ängelholm, Sweden is a massive old hangar that was the home of the Swedish air force’s “ghost squadron.” Now, that hangar is home to Koenigsegg, who honor their home with a ghost emblem on their hypercar. Top Gear Magazine’s Jack Rix recently visited Swedish hypercar manufacturer’s headquarters to get a tour of the new Koenigsegg Jesko (pronounced Yesko) from none other than Christian von Koenigsegg. During the interview, we get to learn something completely new about the Jesko. After Rix asks Christian von Koenigsegg if the Jesko will hit 300 mph, he notes that the specific model unveiled won’t. However, there will be another version that has revised aerodynamics and options that will, theoretically, allow it to hit speeds of over 300 mph. Christian von Koenigsegg says this version could be called something like Jesko 300. Check it out for yourself in the video up above.
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