Koenigsegg: Swedish small-volume maker of "super" sports cars founded in 1994 by Christian von Koenigsegg.

2009 August 18: GM and Koenigsegg reached agreement for Koenigsegg to buy Saab from GM.
2009, September 9: Koenigsegg announced it had signed a memorandum of understanding with Beijing Automotive Industry Holdings (BAIC) for BAIC to invest in Koenigsegg (~€275m) and develop the Saab brand in China. However, K. backed out of the deal on 24 Nov.. BAIC did bag some of Saab's IP [14/12/'09], but Spyker ended up buying Saab, Jan. 2010.
2010, March: The new Koenigsegg Agera ("to act") at the Geneva Motor Show. The car made its UK debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, July 2010. Production versions of the Agera and Agera R were presented at the Geneva Motor Show, March 2011. The "5-litre V8 bi-turbo engine >900hp on 95-octane regular fuel, and >1100hp on E85 bio-fuel. >1000Nm from 2500rpm and in the Agera R ... peak torque of 1200Nm over a 3300 rpm rev range" — K.
2011, September 2: A Koenigsegg Agera recorded various impressive acceleration and/or braking times, including a world record for a 2-seat production car of 0-300-0 km/h in 21.19 secs.
2012, March 2: The 2013 Koenigsegg Agera R was at the Geneva Motor Show.

2015, March: K revealed the prototype Regera at Geneva, 5-litre twin turbo V8 (without a gearbox!) plus 700hp of electric motors, us$1,890,000.

2017 November 7: On closed section of Highway 160 near Pahrump, Nevada, a Koenigsegg Agera RS set a speed record for a production car of 447.19 km/h (277.87 mph), averaged over two runs (thus topping the Bugatti Veyron). Also (averaged) flying km of 432.7 km/h (268 mph) and flying mile of 444.76 km/h (276.36 mph).

2018 April 4: "The last Agera RS has rolled off the Koenigsegg production line. ..." — K.

2019 March: Koenigsegg revealed the 'Jesko' at the Geneva motor show, 5.0 litre twin-turbo V8, 1280hp on standard gasoline, 1600hp on E85, K designed 9-speed gearbox. K claims the Jesko may be good for 300mph. "The first Jesko customer cars are slated for delivery in spring 2022 — K 15/6/'21.

2020 March 3: The Gemera will be K's first four seater, front-mounted 2-litre, 3-cyl., twin turbo, "free valve" E85/petrol engine plus three electric motors, 15kWh battery. Production is planned for 2023.

2022 August 19: "Koenigsegg CC850, a Reimagined Homage to The Record-Shattering CC8S, Unveiled in Monterey ... twin-turbo 5.0-liter V8" — K.

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