With GMs recalling of 28,923,83 cars this year we're increasingly used to seeing large amounts of cars with each recall, but our friends at Koenigsegg have given us something from the other end of the spectrum. They've recalled just one Agera. You read that right. Just one.
Sweden's contender for the fastest, rawest hypercar in the world doesn't come cheap. How far would you go to own one?
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.
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.