Akrapovič truly makes the lightest, most beautiful and technically advanced exhaust systems in the world. Just as Koenigsegg, Akrapovič is in a class of its own. For the Regera, Akrapovič utilized Christian’s novel catalytic back pressure reduction system and fishtail design in order to create a piece of art with breathtaking performance – made from titanium and Inconel. Weighing only 8 kg, with full homologation capabilities for emission and noise, the Regera sound optimized exhaust system truly stands out from the rest.


A pioneer in its field, Akrapovič is widely recognised as a highly innovative materials technology company. The brand is synonymous with the highest level of design, performance enhancement and the creation of an unmistakable deeply resonant exhaust sound. The company’s products are designed and manufactured for motorcycles and performance cars by a passionate and highly-skilled workforce of over 500 employees using the latest technology, processes and finest materials. The Racing R&D department works with dozens of racing teams. Over 80 world champions have already relied on Akrapovič exhaust systems.

“It’s sometimes difficult to express how proud and excited we are by some of the things we’ve achieved at Akrapovič, and this collaboration with Koenigsegg is one of those times. We aim to produce the best exhausts in the world, and our cooperation with Koenigsegg helps confirm this. Koenigsegg is the specialist in high-performance cars, and to have been asked to make the system for its Megacar—and to be given Christian von Koenigsegg’s trust to produce an exhaust for him—is a true recognition from one of the industry leaders that Akrapovič is right at the forefront of performance exhaust technology. The idea for the exhaust system came from Koenigsegg and the Akrapovič engineers made it a reality; they refined it and built it to the highest possible standards. We’re delighted with the final result and are honored to have played a major role in one of the most amazing cars ever built.”
– Uroš Rosa, CEO Akrapovič