Koenigsegg Regera reclaims title as fastest-accelerating car, beating Rimac Nevera with 0-249-0 mph record

Having reestablished the 0-249-0 mph record, the Koenigsegg Regera, although no longer in production, completed the feat in an impressive 28.8 seconds. This accomplishment followed the recent time of 29.9 seconds set by the Rimac Nevera, which established 23 new performance records during testing.

Previously, Koenigsegg held a strong grip on the record. In 2017, the Agera RS achieved a time of 36.4 seconds, only to be surpassed by the Regera in 2019.

Koenigsegg announced this remarkable achievement through a press release, attributing the enhanced speed to their utilization of Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2R tires. The record-breaking attempt took place at Örebro Airport’s runway, situated west of Stockholm, Sweden. Koenigsegg acknowledged that the smoother runway surface, compared to previous testing locations, contributed to the improved time.

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