We are pleased to announce that our 2017 Koenigsegg Magazine is now available as a FREE pdf download.

The Koenigsegg Magazine is an annual publication, with a new edition released at the Geneva Motor Show every year. This year, we’ve added an extra 20 pages of content over the 2016 edition. The magazine is full of exclusive stories and photography, including:

– Driving in California during Monterey Car Week
– The 2016 Koenigsegg Owners’ Tour
– Bespoke Design in the Koenigsegg RS ‘Naraya’
– Koenigsegg Regera – Direct Drive
– Koenigsegg Regera – Advance Battery Technology

And much more…..

You can buy a hard-copy of the magazine at our online shop – Koenigsegg Gear.

Or you can simply click here to download a PDF version to read for yourself right now.

2 comments

  1. Comment by Mohammmad

    Mohammmad Reply May 10, 2017 at 23:58

    Hi
    For Me
    Koenigsegg Regera – Direct Drive
    is Best Part of Its a Huge Thanks to Free Download.

  2. Comment by Nimalan S. R.

    Nimalan S. R. Reply May 11, 2017 at 14:53

    Hey Mr. Wade!

    Wow! I really appreciate the fact that you guys have taken this decision, making your official magazine freely available to all of us Koenigsegg fans! I really enjoyed each and every word of your magazine, having read it for the first time! I can tell that you guys really went to town with it, with all of the details and explanations rammed into it! But if I had to nit-pick and find something that could be improved, it would be the number of pages. I really felt like it could have used a total of 50 pages, at least. Maybe for the 2018 edition? 🙂

    Reading your magazine left me with a few questions too. First off, the pictures of Agera RSes on the content page and page 13 aren’t of any I remember seeing so far….. The same goes for that Regera on page 34 and 35, although THAT one looks fairly reminiscent of Lisa’s Catwoman, with the forged web aluminium wheels. Can you tell me about them if you can, Mr. Wade?

    Secondly, a few question about the Regera Mr. Wade. Does it feature an electro-hydraulic steering setup like the One:1? I didn’t find that fact on the specifications…..
    And why doesn’t the Regera feature Android Auto as well as Apple CarPlay?

    It was a great experience to follow your journey through 2016 and I hope that you guys will have more in store for us this year! 😀

    Thanks again for the magazine,
    Nimalan S. R.

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