Uncover the Secret Jesko: New Koenigsegg Jesko Plus

Welcome! New Owner Receives First Delivery

Esser Automotives, a respected automotive supplier in Europe and the proprietor of solely three Koenigseggs featuring the Koenigsegg Naked Carbon specification in the world, has distributed and thereby uncovered the initial Koenigsegg Jesko Plus, a fresh derivative of the formerly unfamiliar Jesko.

Delivered to its latest proprietor, it appears to be an ordinary Jesko Attack variant (as opposed to the Jesko Absolut with its focus on uplifting speed through use of fins), not including a slight incongruity in labelling. On top of the Jesko inscription and the Swedish banner is the term ‘Plus’ which reveals something extraordinary.

Several features set this Jesko apart, but what’s most noteworthy is that it has the Environmental Power Boost, which allows for usage of E85 biofuel. This updated model has been christened the Plus, and it is the most powerful Jesko ever produced, with a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 resulting in 1600 metric horsepower (1578hp American).

When the Jesko was first unveiled, it seemed like the standard model would boast 1,280 hp on regular gasoline and a whopping 1,600 hp on E85 biofuel. However, according to Koenigsegg’s updated website, not all Jeskos will be able to achieve this. The site states that all Jeskos will feature a “redesigned 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine producing 1,280 hp on standard gasoline and 1,600 hp on E85 biofuel (in some markets)”. This implies that certain markets may not be able to access the Environmental Power Upgrade, resulting in the Jesko producing only 1,262 US horsepower.

Irrespective of the Plus designation, all force is routed to the back wheels through Koenigsegg’s pioneering Light Speed Transmission.

It appears to be a menacing machine, yet fortunately, the Jesko Attack is outfitted with several attributes aiding to channel all that power onto the highway. Certainly the most noticeable is the vast rear wing, which conjures up to 3,086 pounds of downward pressure at maximum speed. And at 181.25 mph, it makes a heavy 2,204 lbs, while going 155 mph provides 1,543 lbs.

The world’s inaugural Jesko Plus is now complete, boasting a lustrous Pearl Green finish with exposed carbon fiber accents. Crystal White elements, such as the Plus badge next to the Jesko nameplate and the Swedish flag, provide a striking contrast. Additionally, the optional AirCore Carbon wheels come with Crystal White pinstripes on the spokes and white calipers. The exposed carbon fiber rear wing of the car features “#006” on its endplates, signifying that it is the sixth Jesko (Attack and Absolut combined) out of the 125 to be manufactured.

The innards have been completed with Desiato Leather and boast Snow piping and stitching in a weep of Drift on the chairs.

The cost of a Koenigsegg is reserved for the purchaser’s eyes only, yet Manny Khoshbin cast an inquisitive glint behind the veil in order to obtain knowledge about the pricing of certain items. It is believed that the owner dwells in the Netherlands, so hopefully it’s race-car driver Max Verstappen. Perhaps using both his Koenigsegg and Aston Martin Valkyrie for transportation.

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