posted on Mar, 4 2020 @ 03:47 PM
a reply to: gortex
The Koenigsegg marque has always been pretty bonkers, but no expense is spared on the build quality and performance.
I'm not sure about the family bit though, the kids would be bokking up in that car all the time, with almost racing style suspension set-up...I'm not
struck on the scissor doors either, and some of the pics look like the doors and body have made body contact.
That reminds me of the late 60's onwards, Nova kit car, it had no doors, while the whole cabin lifted upward for access, very novel, and it worked
well. The Nova was a Brit design, and a looker, but somewhere along the line Americans took it over to the states, where it was called the Sterling,
and still make the parts. It was based on the bug, and various power type engines used.
Note the parallelogram wiper, perhaps the first of it's kind.
This is a later build, perhaps in the US, and it looks like the builder converted to pop-up lights
edit on 4-3-2020 by smurfy because: Text.