Christian von Koenigsegg, the CEO of Koenigsegg Automotive, is behind the Jesko, a hypercar that he says can reach 480kph. He is in Hong Kong to unveil the car and says he is excited about the Asian market as it has an established, vibrant car culture. Photo: Anders Sällström

Christian von Koenigsegg talks about his un-Swedish passion for designing very fast hypercars

Koenigsegg Automotive’s founder and CEO is a visionary who builds cars for the future, worries about the planet and would like to have met Isaac Newton

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Christian von Koenigsegg, the CEO of Koenigsegg Automotive, is behind the Jesko, a hypercar that he says can reach 480kph. He is in Hong Kong to unveil the car and says he is excited about the Asian market as it has an established, vibrant car culture. Photo: Anders Sällström
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David Vetter

David Vetter

Now a senior reporter on the city desk, David joined the Post in 2016 as editor of HK Magazine following ten years of reporting and editing for publications in Hong Kong, China and the UK. He holds a master's degree in international journalism.