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Will not more: the 125 units of the Koenigsegg Jesko already have an owner

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There is No doubt that the Koenigsegg Jesko has been one of the big surprises of the Geneva motor show and this is proof that the mark has already hung the sign of sold out. With a production limited to 125 units, all the Koenigsegg Jesko already have an owner, something that serves the brand to reaffirm its intention to grow in manufacturing capability in order to satisfy the demand that has and launch new cars at reduced price and increased availability.

Koenigsegg wants to make more cars and for that reason his next big challenge is to grow in production capacity

Koenigsegg has a problem, the blessed problem, everything is said, everything manufactured is sold and additionally makes it quite fast. The Koenigsegg Jesko has been the latest example, as the Jesko came to the stand of Geneva, with 83 units already sold, placing the remaining 42 in the first 5 days of shows to the public. As well, the 125 units of the Koenigsegg Jesko already have a name and a surname, customers and distributors that have made a deposit to be made with one of the Jesko, who will begin to be manufactured at the beginning of 2020.

According to press release Koenigsegg plans from manufacturing for the new Jesko talk about a production capacity of one car per week, a production capacity significantly greater than that achieved to date by the Koenigsegg Agera or Koenigsegg Regera. These forecasts are correct Koenigsegg would be able to make 52 Jesko the year, culminating their production in 2022, and by putting at the disposal of its customers two variants of the Koenigsegg Jesko under the name “Track” and “Top Speed”.

And despite having taken a major step forward at the level of production, Koenigsegg is already thinking about a future where your production can be estimated at hundreds of cars. This obviously leads to the brand to reflect on its current business model, pointing to the need to manufacture a car of “volume” with an access price lower than that currently offer their cars and with a level of performance not as high.

Read below: this is how it works the transmission LST of the Koenigsegg Jesko, with 9 speeds and 7 clutches


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