We have a feeling that people are starting to like Christian von Koenigsegg not just because he runs a successful supercar business and is a perfectly normal guy with a big family. Instead, he is also appreciated for his team’s efforts in making cars with futuristic technologies and because he is able to “review” his products like a normal human … and not like a salesman.
After all, one only needs to look at him completely unfazed at the sight of that orange Jesko which is used to get rid of the last few problems before delivering the hypercar to its eagerly awaiting customers. Among them was the famous Manny Khoshbin, who “stored” Koenigsegg’s social media account and was the second fan to post a comment: “WOW! I can’t wait for mine to arrive! says it all.
Now, as far as the actual workaround goes, it’s pretty “domestic and idyllic”. We have the orange Jesko sitting on a gravel road leading to a cheerful farmhouse with possible cattle filling the background. And we have Christian von Koenigsegg talking about a lot of details that make this hypercar a true wonder of the current decade. And he’s ready to share a lot of secrets.
After all, it’s not just any other vlogger who learned a thing or two about Jesko in a rush before filming. He’s the man behind the scenes who knows everything. So you don’t waste your time as von Koenigsegg slowly walks around the Jesko, heading for a quick peek inside, which only starts at eight minutes. But, then again, we can always move on to the incredibly fun parts.
Like the ghost mode demo from 12:02 or whatever time we’ve all been waiting for. Yes, the Koenigsegg Jesko is driven with the convertible top by Christian von Koenigsegg (to the cameraman’s greatest pleasure, seeing him smile at 2:33 p.m.), both on public roads … and on the track. Because, after all, why do you own a supercar business if you don’t play with the toys in their natural element, even though they aren’t quite finished yet?