Koenigsegg doesn't do entry-level cars. Design student Esa Mustonen's Koenigsegg concept does exactly that, however — an entry-level hypercar under Koenigsegg's RAW Design House. Mustonen's resume includes interning for Renault, Genesis, and Christian vo Koenigsegg himself. Mustonen drew on the classic wedge shape of the '70s, penning a three-seat concept with a central driver's position similar to the McLaren F1. Extremely short overhangs and a double-bubble roof are a nod to Koenigsegg's current designs, while the power comes from Koenigsegg's three-cylinder Freevalve motor making 700 horsepower with a total weight of 1,500 pounds. The chassis is exposed at the rear, putting the Freevalve on full display — the heart of any Koenigsegg.