Serving the Swedish hypercar maker since 2011, the Swede himself has been behind the wheel of some of the most exciting Koenigseggs ever to be produced including the One:1.
Part of his daily duties include piloting the most exotic of cars as quickly as possible, full of danger and peril in the process. Want a sample of what that’s like? Look here. Note the no-hands driving at high speed.
Or watch the man at work:
Now you might think a man working for Christian von Koenigsegg will get a highly exotic office car to serve as his daily driver, right?
Think again because Serwanski’s daily driver is a simple Mazda 3 with a 2.2-litre diesel engine and an automatic gearbox. The choice of a Mazda isn’t surprising considering he race Miatas before joining Koenigsegg. In fact, he has an NC Miata in his garage.
That is certainly a far cry from the over 1,000hp monsters he drives at work daily but we reckon after a hard day’s “work”, a Mazda 3 would be good ride to chill out in on the way home.
According to Jalopnik, Serwanski also drives 193km to work daily and a clean diesel engine would certainly be better in terms of mileage as well.