When the photographers first turned up to see what was going on the car wasn’t exactly ‘almost finished’, the inside was empty. There was no front end panels, no bumper, no roof, no scoop, and the wrong wheels were on. For a company that builds around 10 cars a year, finishing one: 1 in just four days is more than a challenge.
Here is how the car evolved in those four days.
Parts to Supercar in 4 Days – Lets Get To Work
As you can see, it is nowhere near showroom condition with only 4 days before its début at Geneva.
Hand finished parts still being made and adjusted for the Koenigsegg One:1, the build isn’t as simple as putting all the parts together like a kit car, everything is bespoke.
The Koenigsegg engineering team worked flat out to get this master piece finished.
The adjustable rear wheel wing that is capable of providing massive amounts of down force appears to be stuck in place using tape! I’m sure there is a method to this madness.
It’s starting to look a lot more like the final product now.
A few final touches to the car, don’t forget to stick the wheels on, and the supercar is complete and ready for the Gevena motor show 2014 without a minute to spare.