Koenigsegg Builds Its First Ever Regera with ‘Bare’ Carbon

In the case of constructing vehicles with naked carbon fiber, Koenigsegg has all the time topped the sport, together with Pagani in fact. Now, the Swedish automaker has one upped itself by growing a very naked carbon Regera because the carbon floor options no lacquer, varnish or different coating getting used on high. Even the skinny layer of epoxy that usually covers a high-end autoclaved cured carbon piece has been laboriously eliminated, giving technique to a pure carbon fiber floor. Koenigsegg calls it the KNC – Koenigsegg Bare Carbon.



Koenigsegg has been making use of the KNC technique for a number of years to components resembling wheels, wings, splitters, winglets and steering wheels. However that is the primary time, it’s been featured on your entire exterior of a Koenigsegg. The truth is, the corporate claims it to be a primary on any automobile.

Koenigsegg additionally informs that with KNC, the physique of the automobile turns into chilly to the contact as the fabric is pure carbon with none insulating epoxy or lacquer layer with carbon beneath. By way of aesthetics, there’s a metallic graphite look as every graphite strand is now totally uncovered.



The KNC technique not solely offers a putting new search for a carbon fiber end however the floor is way much less delicate to stone chips and sharp objects inflicting scratches in comparison with standard floor therapies. Furthermore, since there is not any paint or clear lacquer in any respect on the automobile and the skinny layer of epoxy is polished away, the KNC Regera is definitely round 20 kg lighter than a painted one.

The distinctive specification was ordered by a buyer in Switzerland to whom the automobile has been not too long ago delivered.

Supply: Koenigsegg

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