The company Koenigsegg collected the last two copies of the supercar Agera, which received the names Thor and Väder. The cars were produced at the brand plant in the Swedish Engelholm.
Customers of supercars will be given a special event Koenigsegg, which will be held in the nearest weekend in the south of Germany. Then the cars will be sent to the UK to attend the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which opens at the end of next week.
The final copies of the Koenigsegg Agera are built on the basis of the RS modification and are equipped with all the options that the manufacturer has made for customers free of charge. Also, the owners of the latest supercars did not have to pay for the development and installation of a special aerodynamic body kit.
Coupe Koenigsegg Agera RS 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 increase in the return package, which also went to the last instances, the figures increase to 1360 forces and 1371 Nm.
For Koenigsegg Agera RS fixed several records. The supercar became the fastest car in the acceleration from the place to 400 kilometers per hour with the subsequent stop, beating the Bugatti Chiron in this exercise, the fastest car on the kilometer and mile of the public road, the fastest car that drove the ordinary roads and the fastest production model.
A total of 25 copies of the Agera RS have been released. The successor model will be shown next year at the Motor Show in Geneva.