Sweden versus France, David verus Goliath, Agera versus Veyron. Which one would you have?
Welcome to Morning Would, where we present you with some of the most desirable, controversial cars ever built and ask what you would do to drive one.
These are two of the world's rarest, fastest, most insanely engineered and over-engineered cars on earth. The Veyron is from what is occasionally the world's largest automotive conglomerate, Volkswagen Group. It has twice as many cylinders (16), twice as many turbochargers (4), and twice as many driven wheels. The Koenigsegg is made by a bald guy from Sweden, and looks downright traditional compared to the Veyron.
But despite the Agera's relative lack of impressive numbers, output is actually remarkably similar, with both cars making over 1,000 horsepower. When push comes to shove, the Agera will keep up with the Veyron, and maybe more. But it's certainly not as luxurious nor as well known.
So will you be having the surly Veyron or the slithery Agera? Will it be corporate halo car or handmade pipe dream? Make the fateful decision, and declare your loyalty in the comments.
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