The Koenigsegg Jesko Attack, a Swedish marvel renowned for its otherworldly performance, has taken a distinctive turn with a new iteration featuring opulent 24-karat gold accents. Recently unveiled on Instagram, this exceptional hypercar goes beyond sheer speed, showcasing the brand’s commitment to making automotive dreams a reality.
The Jesko, already a showstopper designed for track dominance, reaches new heights of allure with this bespoke creation commissioned by an undisclosed patron. The visual spectacle is a testament to the company’s dedication, ensuring the vehicle is not merely a performance powerhouse but also an embodiment of elegance and strength.
The car’s predominantly exposed carbon fiber body serves as a canvas for the luxurious gold leaf detailing, strategically applied to the front fascia, side panels, and an imposing rear wing. Matching badging and gold accents on the staggered wheels and ceramic brake disks contribute to an overall aesthetic opulence. While interior visuals are absent from the revealed images, one can anticipate a continuation of the distinctive color scheme inside the two-seat cabin.
Beyond its captivating exterior, the Jesko boasts a mechanical marvel in the form of a mid-mounted, twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V-8 engine. Linked to a nine-speed transmission with seven clutches, this powerhouse delivers 1,280 hp and 738 ft-lbs of torque on standard fuel.
However, the switch to ethanol fuel, E85, and the figures skyrocket to an astonishing 1,600 horses and 1,106 ft-lbs of torque. Adding to its allure, the engine achieves an 8,500 rpm redline, courtesy of a cutting-edge 180-degree flat-plane crankshaft.
While the brand generously shares images of this extraordinary Jesko, details regarding its price remain undisclosed. However, it’s reasonable to assume that the exclusivity and lavish enhancements command a significant price tag. Limited to a production run of just 125 units.