It's not every day that Koenigsegg comes out with something really new. Its Agera may be one of the fastest cars on the road, but though there have been many iterations along the way, it's essentially based on the same car the Swedish automaker has been building for the past decade or two. Show More Summary
The supercar maker is reportedly preparing to make the models compliant with federal safety guidelines.
Right now, Koenigsegg’s only model available in the U.S. is the 1,140-horsepower Agera R, sold exclusively at Manhattan Motorcars in New York. However, the Swedish supercar brand has much more ambitious plans for the world’s biggest market for performance cars, with more dealers and additional models in the pipeline. After a recent...
The 'standard' Agera R produces 1,140 horsepower on E85, or 960 hp on US pump gas. Koenigsegg's latest child, the cutting edge One:1 comes with 3D-printed turbochargers and 1,360 horsepower. But can you make an Agera R more powerful than that simply by adding larger turbos? Read more...
Danish programmer David Heinemeir Hanson is a person you may not have heard of, but I guarantee he has impacted your life. This gentleman created a web application framework called Ruby on Rails. It powers some of the largest sites in the world like Hulu, Funny or Die, and the even the earlier versions of Twitter where RoR creations. Show More Summary
Nothing like a bit of angry supercar noise to get you through the day. This dose of anger and petrol explosions comes to us courtesy of Koenigsegg. We have an Agera in grey, and an Agera R in white. Both of these machines are filmed doing some start up, some drive-bys, and a few shots idling. Show More Summary
On paper, this may seem like a very silly race. A “low-level” supercar in the McLaren 650S, a hybrid Porsche 918 and an ultra-exotic Koenigsegg Agera R with a top speed of more than 250 mph all lined up for a drag race. Who will win? Obviously since we are interested in this at all, the results will be surprising. Show More Summary
Supercar companies spend a lot of time testing their vehicles, and with so much time and effort being put into testing, accidents are bound to happen. Some involve minor mishaps that are taken care of immediately, while other take a little more time to fix. Show More Summary
A driver and passenger have been hospitalised after their Koenigsegg supercar prototype crashed at high speed during testing on Germany’s notorious Nurburgring circuit. The Agera R-based mule crashed heavily into barriers, according to our photographers at the track. Show More Summary
Ill news from our spy shooters at Germany's Nürburgring today, as we're saddened to report that the test of a Koenigsegg Agera R-based mule has gone very wrong. As you can see from the sobering photos above, the Swedish supercar crashed while testing at the track, with both driver and passenger taken by ambulance to the hospital. Show More Summary
Testing at the Nürburgring involves certain risks: the speeds are high, the cars are in development, and the weather is highly variable, even during a single lap. Sometimes those risks are realized, often in dramatic fashion. For the 2015 Koenigsegg Agera R development prototype in these photos, it looks like the risks became reality to an...
As the recent US recall of a single Koenigsegg Agera shows, even low-production supercars aren't immune from safety campaigns. Now, there's another example that even the fastest cars can have their faults. The Porsche 918 Spyder is a...Show More Summary
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. Read more...
Automotive recalls are often deadly serious matters of safety, but sometimes one comes around that makes you scratch your head and wonder, 'Why even bother?' That was the exactly the case with a newly reported campaign from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that bordered on the absurdly humorous. Show More Summary
LaFerrari. McLaren P1. Porsche 918 Spyder. Koenigsegg Agera R. And that's not all. What if they threw in an Enzo and a Carrera GT, among others? Sounds like a dream. Except its real. And all of them are one track. Whaaaaaaaaaaa?? Read more...
www.ZerCustoms.com - Here's a drag race you won't be able to see every day. A Porsche 918 Spyder goes... [...]
Something special happened at the Assen Circuit this weekend. The LaFerrari was joined by the McLaren P1, the Porsche 918 Spyder, and the Koenigsegg Agera R, all at the same time. What? Nobody called up Horacio to get a Pagani in there? Read more...
Output figures are what make headlines, but for the real gear heads, it's just as interesting to know how that power is made. Cars like the Koenigsegg Agera and the SSC Ultimate Aero use V8 engines with twin turbochargers, while theShow More Summary
The title of the story isn’t a misprint, nor is it an overdue April Fool’s joke. But it is pretty silly, isn’t it? A Ford Focus taking on a Koenigsegg Agera R? Clearly, this isn’t going to end well for the Focus with an even race. But...Show More Summary
It's easily the sexiest car at the New York International Auto Show — and also the most mysterious The Koenigsegg Agera R drew a lot of attention from nearby onlookers — despite the fact that it sat next to a Lotus and a Bugatti. That's...Show More Summary