The last hyperkar Koenigsegg Agera RS was dispersed for two kilometers to 390 km/hApril 24, 2018
The last copy of the Koenigsegg Agera RS – Agera RSN Hypercar – set a new speed record at the VMax200 event, which is held several times a year at various British airfields. On the runway of Kendryu Barrex, a length of 2.1 kilometers, the car was able to accelerate to 389.5 kilometers per hour.
The record speed was demonstrated in the final races to the factory test pilot Koenigsegg Niklas Lilje. He improved the result of the LMP1 driver Oliver Webb, who in 2016 at the wheel of Koenigsegg One: 1 reached a speed of 386.2 kilometers per hour.
In addition to this record, in the asset Koenigsegg Agera RS there are five more achievements. Hypercar became the fastest car in the acceleration from the place to 400 kilometers per hour with the subsequent stop, beating in this exercise Bugatti Chiron, the fastest car on the kilometer and mile of the public road, the fastest car that drove along the usual roads, and the fastest production model .
In total, 25 copies of the Agera RS were produced. The last were two machines of the Final Edition series, including the Agera RSN.
The coupe is equipped with a five-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, the output of which on the standard version is 1176 horsepower and 1280 Nm of torque. With an optional power enhancement package – 1360 forces and 1371 Nm.