Koenigsegg Jesko

Koenigsegg Jesko


Car Information:

Class Type ⛽Fuel ⏱Refill Time In Game
S Epic 3 6 Hours Update 6 – 06/2019

Performance Data:

Stock 484 74,8 41,93 42,56
1 485,7 75,5 42,75 44,59
2 487,7 76,32 43,71 46,99
3 489,7 77,2 44,73 49,55
4 491,8 78,11 45,82 52,12
5 494 79,21 47,16 54,96
6 496,6 80,07 48,19 58,23

Car Ranks:

Stock 1 2 3 4 5 6
3637 3793 3976 4170 4372 4608 4826


1 2 3 4 5 6 Total
Key 40 45 60 70 85 300

Upgrades & Import Parts Top SpeedAccelerationHandlingNitro

Stage Credits x 4 Total
Stage 0 23.000 92.000
Stage 1 37.500 150.000
Stage 2 60.000 240.000
Stage 3 90.000 360.000
Stage 4 130.000 520.000
Stage 5 182.000 728.000
Stage 6 255.000 1.020.000
Stage 7 356.500 1.426.000
Stage 8 499.500 1.998.000
Stage 9 699.000 2.796.000
Stage 10 979.000 3.916.000
Stage 11 1.370.000 5.480.000
Stage 12 2.250.000 9.000.000
Stage 13 Max 27.726.000
Import Parts Amount Credits Total
Common 28 90.000 2.520.000
Rare 20 180.000 3.600.000
Epic 16 540.000 8.640.000
Upgrades 27.726.000
Total Cost: 42.486.000


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Car Info:

Koenigsegg Jesko

Koenigsegg has unveiled an all-new megacar – the Koenigsegg Jesko – at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. Jesko inherits the mantle left by the Agera RS as the leading track-focused, road-legal car for those looking for the ultimate in vehicle performance.

  • Re-designed 5.0 litre twin-turbo V8 engine producing 1280hp on standard gasoline and 1600hp on E85 biofuel (in some markets)
  • Revolutionary new 9-speed Koenigsegg Light Speed Transmission (LST)
  • Advanced aerodynamics offering over 1000kg of downforce
  • Active rear-wheel steering
  • Re-designed carbon fibre chassis with more legroom, headroom and greater visibility

Jesko is named for Jesko von Koenigsegg, the father of company Founder and CEO, Christian von Koenigsegg.

Jesko von Koenigsegg was a key presence at Koenigsegg Automotive during its formative years. His considerable business acumen helped steer the company through many early challenges. Now retired and in his 80’s, Jesko von Koenigsegg and his wife, Brita, were on-hand at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show to see his namesake vehicle introduced to the world.

A New Heart

Koenigsegg’s first effort at engine development was so successful it saw the company awarded a Guinness World Record. The Koenigsegg CC8S replaced the McLaren F1 as the car with the most powerful production engine in the world.

The next Koenigsegg engine achieved a similar feat when the CCR took the world production car top speed record, again from the McLaren F1. In 2014, we announced the Koenigsegg One:1 with a twin-turbo V8 producing 1,360 hp, enough to make the One:1 the first production car in history with a 1:1 power-to-weight ratio. With 1 megawatt of power, the One:1 was the world’s first Megacar.

That record-breaking tradition continues……

Jesko – the all-new megacar from Koenigsegg – is powered by a newly designed, 1280hp (1600hp on E85 in some markets), twin-turbocharged V8 engine that benefits from significant changes to the Agera engine it replaces.

At the core of the newly designed engine is the world’s lightest V8 crankshaft. Weighing just 12.5 kilos, Koenigsegg’s new flat-plane 180-degree crankshaft allows Jesko to produce more power, with greater efficiency, while achieving a higher 8500rpm rev limit.

The crankshaft is milled by small manufacturing house located in southern Sweden. It is made to Koenigsegg’s in-house design from a single solid steel billet.

The flat-plane design allows even firing across engine banks and an even more visceral engine sound. Koenigsegg has countered the tendency that flat-plane engines have towards greater vibration by designing new super-light connecting rods and pistons.

The connecting rods were designed by Koenigsegg’s engine architect, Dr. Thomas Johansson. The connecting rods are made from premium Swedish steel. At just 540g – including bolts – they’re as light as previous generations made from titanium, but even stronger.

The piston’s curved face shapes the combustion chamber in such a way so as to reduce peak pressure while maintaining high average pressure. The ceramic coating on the face of the piston prevents hot spots and detonation when the engine runs at maximum power. The piston weighs just 290 grams. Minimal weight is important because Koenigsegg engines have a very long stroke and at 8500rpm, efficiency of movement becomes critical. (Source: https://www.koenigsegg.com/car/jesko/)


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2 thoughts on “Koenigsegg Jesko”

  1. Wow i was so close to get the jesko but its pay2win and I hope I get my chance to get the jesko in the grand prix event


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