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Discussion in 'Cars' started by GBalao888, Mar 3, 2015.
I found this on the Swedish motor magazine Teknikens Värld's website , have a look
This is a must have for GT7.
The complete sound of the car:
Let's get this to 100!!
Weight: 1628KG (Kerb Weight) 1420KG (Dry Weight)
The car doesn't really make 1800HP due to the fact that the third electric motor doesn't supply power, because if it were to do so, it would've been all-wheel drive and it could've increased the weight. All the electric motors are spread out, with the two on the rear delivering the power along with the 5.0L twin turbo V8 engine, making it a some sort of MR car.
Well, from that tweet that there were guys from Sony using microphones to record the car's engine seems promising, but it's more likely than not going to land into Driveclub, because it is obviously more supercar-centric.
Oh my god that red
I didn't think this car could look any better than it already does
You should know that the Regera shares the electric technology from the Rimac company.
We need Koenigsegg in GT! Lol the question is... is it faster than the Chiron though?
Since this car goes into production this year, shouldn't the title be 2016 and not 2015?
If it's 2015, it needs to have a car show attached to the title, like Geneva Motor Show....
Holy hell this car is beautiful ..It has my vote
Drove this in Driveclub last night (through the Downforce events), it's really fast like it's not a car at all, it's a spaceship with a twin-turbo hybrid V8 and with wheels.
Rimac supply the batteries to Koenigsegg
Just a little heads-up, if the Regera were to feature in GT Sport, chances are it will be in Gr. X (for concepts, Vision cars, electric vehicles, safety cars, non-street legal track-day cars and other such road/racing cars that do not belong into any other category).
This is due to its direct drive system and the lack of a gearbox, thus making the car behave like an electric vehicle.