15-year-old Jennarong Muengtaweepongsa of VanaticalDesign has digitally imagined the Koenigsegg Legera.

15-year-old Jennarong Muengtaweepongsa of VanaticalDesign has digitally imagined the Koenigsegg Legera.

Brought to you by the same teenager who rendered the Aston Martin DB11 concept and the PSC Motors SP-200 SIN, these latest renders envision a new entry-level Koenigsegg slotting underneath the Agera RS. The author created these illustrations using various design cues from the Agera and Regera, but also from non-Koenigsegg models such as the Jaguar C-X75 concept and the Porsche 918 Spyder.

It's called "Legera" which stands for "alloy" in Swedish and it's also a reference to the Italian word "leggera" (light) to form the "light alloy" designation. It has been envisioned with a conventional V8 turbocharged gasoline engine developing 700 - 800 bhp (522 - 597 kW) and comes with a removable targa top.

The doors don't have conventional handles as getting inside the cabin would be achieved by using a fingerprint sensor. Since we mentioned the doors, these open upwards and extend to the front wheels and according to the creator they have a sensor to monitor the angle of the front wheels and make the necessary hinge adjustments so that the doors won't hit the wheels.

Needless to say, the attached renders are in no way officially related to Koenigsegg, but it's still interesting to see what a 15-year-old can achieve.

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