Dream cars. Film-star style and record figures
Raise the bar. A few more horse power, slightly lower consumption and emissions, because the laws say so: we need to realise that the segment of the world’s most powerful cars, over the next decade, will be penalised economically, but also in terms of freedom of circulation. For those who can afford it, it is worth considering the idea that the dream of possessing a fabulous supercar today is more than ideal: alongside the best mechanical and electronic technology of the moment, a contemporary top model is probably unrivalled in terms of the pleasure of driving a multicylinder engine, especially if aspirated, which, in addition to single delivery, offers sound that is music to the ears. Volume and noise are in fact the first parameters to come “under attack”. Long live, then, the search for the maximum performance that man can get out of car while still keeping it road legal, because over this amount even an expert driver would find it difficult to exploit the car’s potential, even on the track. We’re talking about performance that is simply terrifying. Koenigsegg “protagonist at Geneva, leads the way. From its name it’s easy to deduce that the one to one ratio is horsepower per kilogram. The technical data sheet speaks of one Megawatt, i.e. 1341 hp, with over 1371 Nm of torque, 0-400 in 20 seconds, 400-0 in 10. Just one sudden brake is something you’ll remember all your life. It’s simply a car that would create a good impression at Le Mans, even aesthetically, but it is also road legal.