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Koenigsegg One:1 (Updated Photos)
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I decided to add the third updates to this page as well as the More Cars post where they were posted first. After all, this is where they belong! Lower front extended by one plate height in length, sides smoothened, mirrors replaced and rear exhaust and engine air outlet slightly redesigned.









Original post with previous updates:

Aaand THERE it was.. NOW i think it's almost perfect. The whole car has been returned to the original height, the windshield has been moved forward, the cab has been extended one stud to acommodate the length and the side 1x6 tile top cover has been removed. Only downside now is the slightly exposed grey side mounts and the more prominent mirrors. A small price to pay for the lower height i think :-)



Front. At an unnoticeable cost to the angle of the hood i even kept the small front wing. I would still like it to be further forward and more visible like on the real car.







Side. The extended cab counters the length i think, and the front profile between hood and windshield has almost been restored. The top air intake also looks better now.

Shortening the whole car by two studs might happen one day, but for now it is finished!







Rear. The almost rudimentary rear lights might not be entirely accurate but looks really agressive i think.





The rest of the post:

I originally wanted to build the Koenigsegg One:1, but impatience made the first version end up as 'just a Koenigsegg'. I kept looking at the build i had posted and saw several things i wanted to change. Not least the rear which i had already changed once shortly after posting, but also some of the color details that i knew could be much closer to what the original has. I wasn't entirely pleased with the bows above the wheel arches either. King Andy's good comment finally made me decide and i ended up making a complete rehaul of the car. The day after posting it i even went and bought (and scrapped) an extra SC MacLaren-set to get the two black 2x2 curved pieces i needed to add the center stripe.

Here are some updated photos of the changes i made. In my opinion it is both much better and at the same time a bit worse than it was before. Overall i am really pleased, but i think it is TOO BL**DY TALL now! Especially the front and around the wheel arches.


The front. While i didn't entirely agree with King Andy here, i thought it would be nice to add the front wing the original has. The new height allowed for a small front wing to be mounted, but i would still have liked to at least move it further forward. That was not possible if i wanted to keep the slope of the front and that small wing-piece as front detail, so i am staying with this solution for now.






Front overlook. The top air intake should extend further forward, but with this roof type and current end of the top, that is undoable. this solution at least allows for the top intake detail to be there and looks quite nice too in my opinion.






The side. The new height allowed for a bit more side detail near the bottom and also lost the 'dip' in the side. It also straightened the side topline, making it more accurate. Like i mentioned though, i think it is too tall along the sides now. The front looks a bit too big too. Note the more accurate rear wing mount - that looks cool i think.






The rear. Rebuilt several times. Rather cool without going into elaborate building techniques and looks almost right. Leaving the engine air outlet narrower than on the original is a deliberate choice - it keeps the horizontal curve of the rear made up by the two 1x2 curved pieces below the lights. Using cheese slopes with a wider outlet makes the rear look strange.






Top view. The black stripe from the original has been added and extends throughout the vehicle - except on the roof of course! You can also see more of the rear wing Mount.






The real Koenigsegg One:1. 1360hp, 1360kg. VROOM! Photo copyright courtesy included on the photo.






Overall i think my new version looks better, is cooler and much more detailed and accurate than the first build. In return, i think it has lost some of the 'race track-look' it had before with the new height and smoother side lines. Now, off to the races! :-)




Original post for comparison:

My version of the Koenigsegg. Originally inspired by the Koenigsegg Agera R by Ron Dayes. I think it is different enough from his to post as my own though.













The rear end is not particularly great, i know.









But that front though... I chose a different shaping to the top of the front, but i couldn't have made it if i hadn't seen Ron Dayes' very original mounting method. Here's how it was made:







Thanks for watching :-)



Comments

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  May 17, 2017
Quoting Scott Bertaut Sorry for the late reply, finals and school and such. Yes that is what I meant. Now that I look more closely at the real thing, I see your dilemma. The actual car doesn't dip in that much, but it might be one of those times where blocky LEGO just can't replicate the smooth, subtle lines of the real thing.
That's quite allright Scott, I know this problem. We have finals here too these days :-) Exactly! But i agree with you that on the LEGO-version the dip actually looks better, so a change is on my to do-list. And thanks for pointing it out, i didn't think of that myself until you pointed it out :-)
  May 17, 2017
Sorry for the late reply, finals and school and such. Yes that is what I meant. Now that I look more closely at the real thing, I see your dilemma. The actual car doesn't dip in that much, but it might be one of those times where blocky LEGO just can't replicate the smooth, subtle lines of the real thing.
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  April 27, 2017
Quoting Scott Bertaut Very nice looking LEGO MOC of a very nice looking car. I really like the front assembly of the car, and design of the rear wing. Any reason why you changed the sides though? I feel they actually looked better on the second newest version. And I second what Petey Bird was saying, I too spend days on improving very small details.
Thanks Scott! Do you mean the curved 1x2 piece in front of the black detail? If i remember correctly, it was to get a more smooth looking side-line. However, i see what you mean, so i might change it back :-)
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  April 26, 2017
Very nice looking LEGO MOC of a very nice looking car. I really like the front assembly of the car, and design of the rear wing. Any reason why you changed the sides though? I feel they actually looked better on the second newest version. And I second what Petey Bird was saying, I too spend days on improving very small details.
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  September 1, 2016
Very nice build Allan. It's funny to see how you've made improvements over time. Evolution rather than revolution. I do it the same way with my mocs, often spending days on some tiny details.
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  June 24, 2016
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 I can see how the pages still have bugs when I witness a 1 rating from my part... which is totally impossible, xd. you really scored with this one, I m happy you harvest some recognition which is very well deserved!
Thanks Frank! I'm very pleased with this one too, it turned out really well i think :-)
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  June 23, 2016
I can see how the pages still have bugs when I witness a 1 rating from my part... which is totally impossible, xd. you really scored with this one, I m happy you harvest some recognition which is very well deserved!
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  July 27, 2015
I love the way you did the front!
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  July 17, 2015
Fantastic work, the updates were well worth it!
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  July 16, 2015
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde Sweet ride! Love the process of refining the design. Nicely accurate piece of work, I'd say.
Thanks Marc! There is a third update added as bonus in my 'more cars' post if you are interested :-)
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  July 16, 2015
Sweet ride! Love the process of refining the design. Nicely accurate piece of work, I'd say.
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  July 15, 2015
Quoting Angelo Samson A superb moc! I like the build as a whole, but I especially like the front portion. Did you use an 2x4 black plate with mudguards, identical to the white one above it, but just inverted it? :)
Thanks for your comment! I am very pleased with the front myself. I am not entirely sure which part you mean, but the last two photos show the parts i used. For the lower front wing i used two 1x2x1 black wall panels (i think that's what they're called in Legoshop's Pick-A-Brick line) but i'll see if i can post a 'how to'-photo of the front some day soon if you want me to :-)
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  July 14, 2015
A superb moc! I like the build as a whole, but I especially like the front portion. Did you use an 2x4 black plate with mudguards, identical to the white one above it, but just inverted it? :)
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  July 14, 2015
great front
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  July 9, 2015
Wow
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  July 4, 2015
Quoting Randall Vega what parts are you using for the front
Hi! Thanks for the like. The last four photos show the mounting of the front. Only changes to current version is black center-stripe parts and the introduction of two 1x2x1 black wall panels underneath the front to illustrate the front wing :-)
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  July 4, 2015
what parts are you using for the front
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  June 28, 2015
Quoting Sven Jagdmann Great new pics my friend :) You could lower the roof a bit with using this windscreen: http://brickset.com/parts/4206667
Thanks Sven! I have one of those in yellow but it will make the car too low for the fig :-)
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  June 28, 2015
Quoting Stephen Barnes I should add, you could lower the roof by using something like this arrangement. It was an issue that was bugging me when I was making it. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/411194
Thanks for your comments! The roof will be too low for the fig to fit if i use that solution. Though perhaps the SC ferrari-windscreen might Work :-)
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  June 28, 2015
Quoting LegoPredator ! WOW this is excellent model of Koenigsegg! One of the best 6-wide cars on MOCpages. You made a lot of cool details, great job.
Thanks! I am really ´pleased with the end result too. I have changed the mirrors and made a few other minor adjustments to it now though :-D
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  June 27, 2015
Quite a lot of work went into this, and it shows.
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  June 26, 2015
Great new pics my friend :) You could lower the roof a bit with using this windscreen: http://brickset.com/parts/4206667
  June 26, 2015
I should add, you could lower the roof by using something like this arrangement. It was an issue that was bugging me when I was making it. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/411194
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  June 26, 2015
5/5 Great job. The roof is a bit too tall, but that's just my humble opinion.
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  June 26, 2015
WOW this is excellent model of Koenigsegg! One of the best 6-wide cars on MOCpages. You made a lot of cool details, great job.
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  June 24, 2015
This is some very nice work! The shapping around the front and rear is outstanding!
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  June 15, 2015
Quoting Ben Veazey Awesome! Instantly recognizable, even in minifig scale! You capture the look perfectly. Great job!
Thanks Ben :-) Yes i really think the second update worked out well.
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  June 14, 2015
Awesome! Instantly recognizable, even in minifig scale! You capture the look perfectly. Great job!
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  June 13, 2015
Quoting Oran Cruzen 38 Likes and rising! Yea Allan!
Hehe yeah, thanks Oran! It could probably have more but i am too infrequent a visitor here and the quality of my builds vary too much for me to really build up a large fan base :-) In any case - it is of course nice to have lots of likes on a build, but personally i am a bit more interested in reading what people like about my builds or what they think needs changing.
  June 12, 2015
38 Likes and rising! Yea Allan!
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  June 12, 2015
Quoting Ron Dayes haha, yes mine is really close to the ground...just like real i suppose^^. But i think i understand your point now. Of course there are possibilities to lower and shorten this thing like alot, but you would have to get rid off the fenders and as i stated before, make do with smaller wheels. this would work for my understanding of "town" scale, but i think its the fenders you want, so you are kinda "trapped" XD. If i was you, i would neglect your understading of town scale and change everything else to this scale, cause this Koenigsegg is sooo over the top supreme!:D i mean, what really is offical town scale anyway? 4 wide cars? 6 wide cars? fenders or smaller wheels? Lego itself hasnt settled on this yet, so i think this is more than ok to be considered somewhat town scale in my opinion;) anyhow, this is a sweet rendition! dont worry too much:) greets, ron
Hehe, indeed close to the ground like the real one! And it looks great, it is just impractical in a city environment. It is even barely practical at just one plate height above the ground as most of my cars are :-D And you're right lego too scale their vehicles differently, but i scale most of my sports cars to the red ferrari-like police set-one though mostly one or two studs longer. Some sportscars are almost as wide as vans or trucks even, so the scale isn't too much out of place anyway. We need new road plates soon though if i am to upscale all my vehicles :-D I don't know if the problem is the fenders as much as my lack of a techniqe that would eliminate the gap that would arise if i were to go with just the part with the tooth-piece tilted on it's side - like on yours. Anyway i really am happy with this car and consider the problems with it minor compared to the overall look :-)
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  June 12, 2015
haha, yes mine is really close to the ground...just like real i suppose^^. But i think i understand your point now. Of course there are possibilities to lower and shorten this thing like alot, but you would have to get rid off the fenders and as i stated before, make do with smaller wheels. this would work for my understanding of "town" scale, but i think its the fenders you want, so you are kinda "trapped" XD. If i was you, i would neglect your understading of town scale and change everything else to this scale, cause this Koenigsegg is sooo over the top supreme!:D i mean, what really is offical town scale anyway? 4 wide cars? 6 wide cars? fenders or smaller wheels? Lego itself hasnt settled on this yet, so i think this is more than ok to be considered somewhat town scale in my opinion;) anyhow, this is a sweet rendition! dont worry too much:) greets, ron
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  June 12, 2015
Quoting Ron Dayes Top updates, improved alot! The front works out fine with the black stripe! I do consider the rear height as 1 layer too tall and a bit unnecassary. atm its exactly one layer higher than my rear height (which is same height as your previous version). If you look at pics, the design in rear is pretty straight line starting at the top of the front fender to back fender. You could just lower it a layer;) In general, if you use those fenders, this is minimum height! If you want to lower it even more, you would have to use smaller wheels and go without them fenders frankly:/ happened to me, thats why i dont use them anymore (allthough they make cars look so good!). To me, the result is now close to perfect in any way! Good job with those taillights aswell;) a pleasure to look at:)
Thanks Ron! I agree it does look too tall, but fixing that and keeping the lower side details with the current parts available from lego would bring the car too low to the ground - i believe yours is only a millimeter or so above the ground? :-) Either that, or there would be a gap line in the side between the axles if i reduce the height of the vertical side mounts from two studs to one :-/ I'll just have to wait for a 2x2 plate with two studs to one side and a smooth surface to the other to be invented :-D Then i could shorten and lower the whole car to true town-scale!
  June 12, 2015
Top updates, improved alot! The front works out fine with the black stripe! I do consider the rear height as 1 layer too tall and a bit unnecassary. atm its exactly one layer higher than my rear height (which is same height as your previous version). If you look at pics, the design in rear is pretty straight line starting at the top of the front fender to back fender. You could just lower it a layer;) In general, if you use those fenders, this is minimum height! If you want to lower it even more, you would have to use smaller wheels and go without them fenders frankly:/ happened to me, thats why i dont use them anymore (allthough they make cars look so good!). To me, the result is now close to perfect in any way! Good job with those taillights aswell;) a pleasure to look at:)
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  June 12, 2015
Quoting Oran Cruzen Nice updates!
Thanks Oran!
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  June 12, 2015
Quoting eric s The updates really even the scale along the whole car, plus the better lighting looks hot! Very, very nice! A stunning tribute to Rons Agera R!!
Thanks Eric! Yes, the updates did overall improve the look :-) The rear lights look better too, but i can't decide if i should keep them as they are or just make a narrow line of lights and leave the current top bit of the lights white.
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  June 12, 2015
Quoting King Andy Hey, the updates make it awesome! The shaping is much more accurate now and I like the black stripe you added. Cool! EDIT: When I said the front was too short I meant exactly what you did - moving the windscreen a stud behind. I didn't explained properly, my bad.
Thank you very much Andy! That's quite allright, i figured that was what you meant :-) However, what i mean is: If you look at the two profile shots (the old and the new version) and compare them to the profile on the real One:1, the line between the windshield and the hood looks more correct on the old version i think. Granted, the angle is steeper but that's because of the angle on the lego-windscreen part. That said, with the new updates i still think this is the coolest car i have built yet and i have already featured it on my homepage as one of my personal favorites. Perhaps one day in the future if lego introduces some new parts i can use, i could shorten the distance between the wheels to four studs, lower the whole car one plate height again and still keep the new details. That would scale it down to the size of the red police set-sports car, making it fit better into a city-scene.
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  June 12, 2015
The updates really even the scale along the whole car, plus the better lighting looks hot! Very, very nice! A stunning tribute to Rons Agera R!!
  June 11, 2015
Nice updates!
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  June 11, 2015
Hey, the updates make it awesome! The shaping is much more accurate now and I like the black stripe you added. Cool! EDIT: When I said the front was too short I meant exactly what you did - moving the windscreen a stud behind. I didn't explained properly, my bad.
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting King Andy Sweet Koenigsegg, you used some great building techniques on it. In a front or rear perspective it's recognizable and really nice, but side or top views show the shaping could be improved a lot, the front is too short while the rear is too long. I suggest you to check some side and top view photos of the real thing or, even better, blueprints of it, and try to get the shaping right. Besides that it's a very good MOC.
Thank you very much for your well thought out comment. I agree there was room for improvement. I too thouhgt the rear was too long, and the bows above the wheel arches looked sporty but were not accurate. However - i don't think the front was too short. If i could have added the front wing to that configuration the shape would have been almost exactly like the front on the One:1. Well, at least in my opinion :-) I rushed posting the first build, and at first i had taken inspiration from both the Agera and the One:1 (both of which i did check photos of), and this was partly responsible for the look of the front. It does look a tad longer on the Agera, but i thought the first front gave it a very sporty look. In any case the rebuild meant i had to extend the front, so your suggestion was actually incorporated into the new version to accomodate the new height :-)
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting Topsy Creatori Classically curved and cleverly constructed! :)
Wow, a Comment in C! :-D Thanks Topsy :-)
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting Clayton Marchetti Fantastic looking car! Love the shaping! It looks like it's going 200 mph standing still! Excellent job!
Thanks Clayton! Hehe yeah it does look really sporty :-D Top speed is actually in the 260's or something :-O
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting Oran Cruzen A great work of Lego "Koenigsegg" creationism!IMHO the new black modified round 1x1 plate 85861 would look perfect on this great creation of yours. http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=85861
Thanks for your comments Oran! And thanks for the tip, that would have looked great as exhaust pipes on the old version :-) But i have gone with 1x1 nose cones on the new version instead, they fit the new rear better.
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting Ron Dayes Well, thanks for mentioning my technique and i must honestly say i didnt know that slope piece even existed. Its new piece, right? I mainly use the standard flat tile stuff from my childhood and lego weapons for my "round design" in Cars, because other things dont work 7 wide. Im not really up to date cause i havent bought a set in years;) so cool you came up with that:) looks very organic! BTW, if u happen to have those 2x2 round bottom tiles in transparent, you can easily use them as headlights aswell (i used it on my BMW Mocs). May come in handy for you;) again, top job on this one! greets, ron.
Oh you're welcome, it's very original and was essential in making the front on mine. The 2x2 curved piece is a year or two old i think, the 4-wide car front-piece it is mounted on is about the same age. The age of the small wing-piece i don't know but it is also fairly recent. So yes, they are rather new :-) I started out using mostly 80's-90's parts too, but i have embraced the new parts as they allow for much greater variety and details in builds. I have seen those transparent 2x2 'slide shoes' used as headlights before (might have been your build) and it looks great, but i normally don't build in that scale. But thanks for the tip - and your comments :-)
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting Petey Bird I really like this one. Great and original front end! I've wrestled myself to use the black piece in fron (sort of the splitter), but couldn't find a nice way to get it into one of my creations. This looks awesome though!
Thanks Petey :-) I agree, that small wing piece is difficult to put to use because of the odd shape. I was fortunate it could be mounted on this build, it adds detail to the front i think.
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting Jay Wilson Fantastic but stunning and amazing too!:):D:D
Thanks Jay :-)
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 I saw the documentary on this car, it rocks, well done Al!
Thanks Frank! Yeah it's awesome, i watched the documentary on youtube too :-)
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting Sven Jagdmann Pretty cool Koenigsegg my friend! Love the shape and the detail you added to it. Great!
Thanks Sven :-)
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  June 11, 2015
Quoting Nick Barrett Great looking Koenigsegg, the front end in particular is superb.
Thanks Nick!
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  June 10, 2015
Fantastic looking car! Love the shaping! It looks like it's going 200 mph standing still! Excellent job!
  June 10, 2015
IMHO the new black modified round 1x1 plate 85861 would look perfect on this great creation of yours. http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=85861
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  June 10, 2015
A great work of Lego "Koenigsegg" creationism!
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  June 10, 2015
I really like this one. Great and original front end! I've wrestled myself to use the black piece in fron (sort of the splitter), but couldn't find a nice way to get it into one of my creations. This looks awesome though!
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  June 9, 2015
amazing!:D
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  June 9, 2015
Fantastic but stunning and amazing too!:):D:D
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  June 9, 2015
Classically curved and cleverly constructed! :)
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  June 9, 2015
I saw the documentary on this car, it rocks, well done Al!
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  June 9, 2015
Epic curves on the front!
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  June 9, 2015
Cool car! I really like the wing ;-)
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  June 9, 2015
Pretty cool Koenigsegg my friend! Love the shape and the detail you added to it. Great!
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  June 9, 2015
Wow, very and speak!
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  June 9, 2015
Sweet Koenigsegg, you used some great building techniques on it. In a front or rear perspective it's recognizable and really nice, but side or top views show the shaping could be improved a lot, the front is too short while the rear is too long. I suggest you to check some side and top view photos of the real thing or, even better, blueprints of it, and try to get the shaping right. Besides that it's a very good MOC.
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  June 9, 2015
Well, thanks for mentioning my technique and i must honestly say i didnt know that slope piece even existed. Its new piece, right? I mainly use the standard flat tile stuff from my childhood and lego weapons for my "round design" in Cars, because other things dont work 7 wide. Im not really up to date cause i havent bought a set in years;) so cool you came up with that:) looks very organic! BTW, if u happen to have those 2x2 round bottom tiles in transparent, you can easily use them as headlights aswell (i used it on my BMW Mocs). May come in handy for you;) again, top job on this one! greets, ron.
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  June 9, 2015
Great looking Koenigsegg, the front end in particular is superb.
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  June 9, 2015
Quoting Starscream Soundwave Oh wow, this looks superb! As you said the rear could probably be better, but that doesn't stop this car from being instantly recognisable. Excellent stuff!
Hey thanks! I kept staring at that rear (hmm) after posting and have actually already reworked it. Looks better now, but still not fantastic :-)
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  June 9, 2015
The shaping is superb for such a compact model.
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  June 9, 2015
Oh wow, this looks superb! As you said the rear could probably be better, but that doesn't stop this car from being instantly recognisable. Excellent stuff!
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  June 9, 2015
The way you did the lower front part and the wing is awesome. Nice ride!
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  June 9, 2015
Superb!
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  June 9, 2015
Like the look of this thing very much
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  June 9, 2015
Quoting Ron Dayes hey Allan. Wow, this is a great version! i like it alot. The front looks superb and more designish than mine. I find it looks like the Koenigsegg CCX cause of the "squarer" headlights. Since you named it "koenigsegg", we dont have to be specific about it;) The general shape came out very well and its recognisable as a koenigsegg spot on! This really is your own version of it and the result speaks for itself. Top Job, 10/10! greets, ron.
Thanks Ron, i'm glad you like it! Yeah that front, Like i said i couldn't have made it without your mounting idea but i am very pleased with my version of it. funny thing is, when i put it together at first i thought 'well that figures... Why has no one done this yet?' It's simple and looks great :-D I am fine with 'just koenigsegg' too, i thought of doing the 1:one but it has some design features i don't have parts for - including the prominent stripe on the Hood :-/ I would have liked to include more of the side and rear detail you made for yours but i thought it would ruin the low height.
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  June 9, 2015
hey Allan. Wow, this is a great version! i like it alot. The front looks superb and more designish than mine. I find it looks like the Koenigsegg CCX cause of the "squarer" headlights. Since you named it "koenigsegg", we dont have to be specific about it;) The general shape came out very well and its recognisable as a koenigsegg spot on! This really is your own version of it and the result speaks for itself. Top Job, 10/10! greets, ron.
 
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