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Koenigsegg was the first extreme car manufacturer to take steps toward green technology with the release of the biofuel CCXR in 2007. The One:1, a sibling of the highly competitive Agera R, follows in the footsteps of the CCXR as it also runs on E85 biofuel, race fuel or normal gasoline.
The Agera RS is an advanced version of the Agera R, implementing some of the new technology and features of the One:1 and combining the features of the Agera R and the Agera S. Koenigsegg billed it as "the ultimate track tool" due to its lightweight features and track optimised technologies. The Agera RS produces 450 kg of downforce at 250 km/h.
The Agera R also saw the debut of Koenigsegg’s own ceramic piston brake system. In 2011, the Agera R set a new world record for driving 0-300-0kph. The time of 21.19 seconds was only eclipsed in 2015 by the Koenigsegg One:1.
A sibling of the 2013 Koenigsegg Agera R, the One:1 effectively raised the bar for performance and was dubbed the world’s first megacar, being able to produce a total of 1 megawatt of power ...
As I cruise over to the road we'll use for the main testing (a place the police are unlikely to visit), I'm amazed by the tactile beauty of the Agera R.It's gentle, feels perfect, and sounds better than a Veyron.
The Koenigsegg Agera R Engine Koenigsegg Agera R Engine . When it comes to specifications the one department where the car scores are the engine specifications. The car is known for offering amazingly high power output. This has been possible in spite of the fact that the engine is relatively small.