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Koenigsegg has a unique new and fastest production engine in the world

Koenigsegg has a unique new and fastest production engine in the world

From idle to selector, the new motor rotates in just 230 milliseconds. No wonder the company calls it the fastest car in the world.

If there is one thing that distinguishes Swedish automaker Koenigsegg, it is its effort to push boundaries. Usually we talk mainly about frontiers in the field of performance, aerodynamics, dynamics, etc., but the automaker is trying to make interesting breakthroughs in technology. It is clearly working fine.

Company founder Christian Koenigsegg boasted in a recently released video that the new Koenigsegg Jesko is equipped with the world’s fastest production engine. He substantiated his claim in a video with a small sample and also added an explanation of how it happened.


The basis of the Jesko model is a significantly redesigned V8 engine, which the company used on a number of previous models. But this time around, the engine has been upgraded with a new light gearbox that lacks the classic flywheel or clutch between the gearbox and the engine.

Instead, each transmission has its own clutch, which is about the size of a hockey puck, which means that the drive system should have much less inertia. In combination with lightening the engine itself, its appetite for speed increased significantly.

This is what Christian Koenigsegg has shown in practice, when he sits in a Jesko model, leaves the gear at idle and steps on the throttle several times. A laptop computer connected to the vehicle’s control unit which monitors its reactions. And what was the result?

With the throttle fully depressed, the engine rotates from 500 at idle to the selector at 7800 rpm (neutral selector) in just 230 milliseconds. When driving with gear engaged, the selector then shifts to 8500 rpm, but the difference in milliseconds probably won’t be very significant. If the motor does not have a limiter, the speed will reach about 31,000 minutes in just one second-1.

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No wonder, then, that Christian Koenigsegg and his team of technicians are convinced that the new Jesko is equipped with the world’s most responsive and revving engines. However, it does meet emissions limits and is not limited to circuit operation.