It was about a year ago when Koenigsegg announced plans for a 300-mph version of the Jesko during the standard model’s reveal at the Geneva Motor Show. While GIMS has been canceled this year, that didn’t stop the Swedish hypercar marque from dropping quite the bombshell by unveiling the Jesko Absolut.
A top speed has not been specified, but the company mentions it’s the fastest Koenigsegg to date, and will remain the speed king until the end of time. Ok, but how fast is it really? “Looking at the math and our advanced simulations – it will be unbelievably fast.” The company goes on to say its “extraordinary speeds” will surpass the velocity of any other production car before it, which could mean it will go faster than the 304.77 mph (490 km/h) achieved by the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+.