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Monday, December 16, 2019

Three Koenigsegg's hypercar concepts of #KoenigseggSketchChallenge

Koenigsegg is a famous hypercar manufacturer from Sweden. The manufacturer recently launched its latest hypercar figure named Koenigsegg Jesko at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show held last March. Recently appeared in cyberspace, many Angelholm brand' hypercar concepts.
A challenge event on social media called #KoenigseggSketchChallenge introduced by Sasha Selippanov is aimed at the world's independent automotive designers to share their vision of the Swedish marque with the world. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/35qELhq)
As we all knew, there's a challenge event called #KoenigseggSketchChallenge on social media aimed at the world's independent automotive designers to share their vision of the Swedish marque with the world. This event was introduced by the new design boss of the automotive manufacturer, Sasha Selipanov, and the challenge will end on Friday, December 20, 2019.

Even challenges like this will certainly result in many hypercars designs that feature alluring shapes, shapes that define the brand. However, there are some artists who help us imagine the possibilities that lie ahead for Koenigsegg, such as the grand tourer, the entries for the upcoming Le Mans Hypercar class and even a concept that involves lending company expertise to someone who built an SUV through the new Koenigsegg's RAW Design House.

1. Koenigsegg Sport Utility Vehicle Concept
Although the Swedish high-performance vehicle brand will never make an SUV product, as Christian von Koenigsegg, CEO Koenigsegg himself has said. But it doesn't seem to diminish the desire of a Brazilian automotive designer named Pedro Ruperto to give birth to an SUV design for the Swedish marque.
Koenigsegg SUV Concept looks like a lifted hypercar with hidden rear doors designed by Pedro Ruperto. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2YXk61Z)
It could be said as the SUV with a double-bubble roof and one that actually manages to please the eye. And of course, since there's no such thing. However, if Koenigsegg would help build a crossover, the contraption might just end up looking like a jacked-up hypercar, which means the said feature wouldn't be impossible.

2. Koenigsegg Longtail Concept
The whole concept comes from Riccardo Angelini, Lead Exterior Designer at Tata Motors (the office in Turin, Italy), which is Jaguar Land Rover's parent company - it's only normal for designers to come up with sketches that showcase toys belonging to other brands in their Instagram spare time.
Koenigsegg's longtail concept looks like a Le Mans Hypercar class racer designed by Riccardo Angelini. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2YRiCpQ)
By zooming in on the lines of the hypercar, which noticed that the design DNA of the Swedish brand is clearly here. Whether talking about the front end styling cues of the Le Mans prototype racer-like cabin this thing looks like a proper Koenigsegg.

While the 360-degree rear wing dominates the track version, the longtail approach is still visible with the road car. And Riccardo also talks about the hardware hidden inside the amazing aero work, noting that the Akrapovic exhaust comes in the form of titanium blades that blend in with the rest of the design.

3. Koenigsegg Grand Tourer Concept
The hypercar rendering image below was given the name 'Koenigsegg Brita RS'. And the figure of the Koenigsegg Grand Tourer concept above was born from the skilled hand scratches of an automotive designer named Mikael Lugnegård who is said to have been in the business for fifteen years. From the design of the hypercar on display, it appears as a hypercar figure with an engine mounted in front of the steering wheel. Thus it is not surprising then that this hypercar has a long hood, which is exactly what can be seen in the rendering image.
Koenigsegg Brita RS, a Sweden marque grand tourer concept made by Mikael Lugnegård. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2tmtwZe)
With the front-mid-engine layout adds elegance to the design. And it can be said also, that the same thing about the lean muscular area that covers the vehicle wheels. Furthermore, the cabin looks short so that at first glance gives limited visibility to a vehicle that aims to offer a practical sensation of speed. But this can be overcome if one time this car is produced later. Of course, we cannot talk about this without mentioning that such hypercar can package a three-seat layout, with this seeming to be increasingly popular lately.

Although, all car concepts above are not real, but do not rule out the possibility of the Swedish hypercar manufacturer is interested in making one of them as a real car someday. We look forward to it. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | AUTOEVOLUTION]
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