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Did you know that many modern Koenigseggs feature active aerodynamics?
Mounted on the One:1, Koenigsegg introduced the first top mounted, active rear wing in 2014. Having an “active” wing means that the airfoil is not fixed but can be adjusted in its position (angle, height…) with hydraulics or actuators.
By changing the angle of the wing like on the One:1, the amount of downforce and drag created can be adjusted. The higher the angle of the wing towards the incoming airstream, the higher the downforce and drag, but only until a certain angle at which the wing stalls and no downforce is created anymore, just drag (simplified).
Koenigsegg takes advantage of this by changing the angle of the wing for different driving scenarios:
Cornering/ low speed: High wing angle for lots of downforce (and unfortunately drag) to ensure maximum grip.
High speed: Lowest wing angle for minimum drag (and downforce) to improve acceleration/ top speed.
Braking: Highest wing angle without stalling the wing for maximum downforce to improve grip and maximum drag to slow the car down.
Compared to conventional fixed aerodynamics which have to rely on a compromise between downforce and drag, this system offers an immense advantage in performance.