So how do those traits translate to track performance? Elektron claims that the Quasar will sprint from 0-62 mph in just 1.65 seconds. Top speed? A limited 280 mph. However, we do wonder if Koenigsegg will have something to say about how similar this car looks to a Regera. Nevertheless, with figures like those, demand will be high, but just 99 lucky souls will have the opportunity to own one of these cars at a cost of around $2.6 million each. It is expected to launch in 2023 sometime, but the earlier Elektron One has been postponed to roughly eight months after the Quasar’s launch, despite being revealed first. These are exciting times for new manufacturers, but how many of them will actually be able to sustain a challenge against legacy automakers? Only time will tell.