Video has emerged of what looks to be a super-expensive Koenigsegg Agera R supercar crashing in China. Priced somewhere around $4,000,000 US, it’s likely one of the most—if not the most—expensive single-vehicle accident ever.
Sweden's contender for the fastest, rawest hypercar in the world doesn't come cheap. How far would you go to own one?
Christian Von Koenigsegg once told Swedish online magazine Nyheter 24 that he invested all of his family's money in the car company he started at age 22 in Angleholm, working eight years without a salary and seven at a paltry sum. Such is the life of an über nerd with a dream.
The Guinness people say it's official — the Koenigsegg Agera R's 0-300-0 km/h (186.4 mph) time of 21.19 seconds, set this past September, lands the Swedish supercar a world record in that performance event. Among production cars, that is.
Some people think all supercars, from Agera to Zonda, are the same: fast, expensive, and pretty much any eight-year-old could doodle one. They're wrong. Here's the aural proof — a 22-car supercar startup compilation.
Like most other automotive obsessed human beings, I dream of getting my hands on a Koeniggsegg. What would I do if I ever got my chance with say a Koenigsegg Agera? Besides driving very fast in a very straight line (no corners), my time spent behind the wheel would look pretty similar to the senseless display of…
It's the concentration of batshit among the modest cars that makes Geneva such a fun show. Geneva's where we first laid eyes on Count Von Koenigsegg's sleds. This year, the Count showed up with the Agera R. Eight-9-10! 1099hp!
Bored of the deluge of perfect photographs pouring out of motor shows? We’ve taken some old and strange film cameras to Geneva to show you another side of cars. Well, of supercars anyway.
Koenigsegg has just revealed its new supercar, the Agera. It's a Challenge Stradale-style track version of the Swedish firm's 1000 HP hypercar.