Video: This is what it feels like to reach 386 km/h onboard the Koenigsegg One:1

Approach or exceed the barrier of 400 km/h is only within the reach of a chosen few, and the Koenigsegg One:1 is one of them. This spectacular video is a proof of this: it has been recorded in the british event VMax, a meeting at Bruntingthorpe (United Kingdom) where the owners of supercars can approach the limits of their cars, reaching speeds stratospheric fully secure.

In the VMax has a section that is closed, where drivers can accelerate without compassion along a line of almost 2.3 kilometers before having to slow down. And this is a considerable distance for sports such as the Koenigsegg One:1, which allows them to get close to your maximum speed. In fact, this weekend the One:1 has beaten the record of maximum speed established in VMax, on three different occasions!

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┬┐Your registry? No less than 240 mph, a few 386 km/h. This unit of the exclusive Swedish model belongs to the club of supercars The BHP Project, and to his steering wheel the person responsible has been the driver Oliver Webb, that competes in the WEC within the category LMP1. Without modification, this Koenigsegg One has used E85 to be able to deliver its maximum power and impressive 1.341 HP.

By comparison, these 386 km/h of the Koenigsegg One:1 have exceeded the 362 km/h, set by the Bugatti Veyron SuperSport or 338 km/h achieved by the Ferrari LaFerrari and the McLaren P1 in the same event VMax, which speaks very positively about the Swedish model, which already holds the record for acceleration and braking 0-300-0 km/h. Now we are assailed by a doubt, what you would be able to the new Bugatti Chiron…?