The last Koenigsegg Agera will be named after the Scandinavian god of thunderFebruary 2, 2018
Koenigsegg is working on the last two copies of the Agera-FE (Final Edition) hypercar. One of them will be called Thor – in honor of the god Thor of Scandinavian mythology. This is reported in Instagram customer Swedish brand, who ordered the car.
Customer hypercar noted that Koenigsegg Agera Thor will receive body panels from carbon black and silver, inlaid with diamonds. Plus, the coupe will be equipped with a special rear wing and a special aerodynamic element on the engine compartment cover in the form of a “fin”.
Koenigsegg Agera specs
Koenigsegg Agera Thor will be powered by a five-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with two turbines. It is assumed that the power of the unit will be 1360 horsepower. The declared maximum speed of the hypercar exceeds 450 km per hour.
In the fall of 2017, the Koenigsegg Agera RS became the fastest production car in the world, accelerating to 444.6 km per hour. The record race took place in the US state of Nevada on an 18-kilometer overlapped stretch of highway between the cities of Las Vegas and Paramp.
At the first attempt the hypercar could accelerate to 457 km / h, and during the second attempt the speed was fixed at 436.1 km per hour. Thus, the average figure of the car was 444.6 km per hour. Agera RS took the record from the 1200-strong Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, which in 2010 was accelerated to 431 km per hour.