The 2013 Koenigsegg Agera R Unveiled in Geneva
For those of you who aren’t up-to-date with the common numbers, the number of HP your average car produces revolves around 100. This is actually 10 times more powerful than a small car. In addition, it runs on E85 fuel to deliver that kind of performance. Want more mind-boggling numbers? Know that in 17.68 seconds this beast reaches 200 (~322 km/h) mph from a standstill, and it’s capable of reaching a top speed of (!!!) 273 mph (~440 km/h).
The vehicle features a list of premieres: the first production engine with nano-surfaced cylinder sleeves, the world’s first one-piece carbon fiber wheel and a brand new, lighter exhaust system. In addition, the Agera R sports a custom Triplex suspension co-developed with Ohlins Racing, standard ESP control and front and side winglets that further increase downforce.