Swedish supercar maker Koenigsegg is considering adding a four door sedan to its lineup but doesn't have any plans for SUV's.
Speaking to TopGear.com at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show about the possibility of a Koenigsegg sedan, Koenigseeg boss Christian Von Koenigsegg stated, "That's very much on the drawing board. It's a project we've been working on for quite some time. I'd be surprised if that's the next thing we release,because we're getting such a good response for our traditional type of supercars, but it's a car I'd love to do."
However, the Swedish carmaker doesn't have any plans for a SUV as the Koenigsegg boss apparently finds them "fundamentally flawed" and would not be making them despite the popularity of the SUV in China and the Middle East.
Speaking about the issue, Chritian Von Koenigsegg said, "It'd be a pretty wild SUV because you'd have a big tunnel in the center, huge sills, bucket seats. I think it could be a thing the market could accept. I'm just not a fan of SUVs. To me they are fundamentally flawed. Sure we could sell them, but I don't want to."
Despite the big 'No' to the SUV, a Koenigsegg sedan could very well meet the dreams of supercar owner who wants to take the family around at breakneck speed. We are rather looking forward and will keep an eye out for it whenever it does hit the showfloor.