4.7 litre V8
||245 + mph
@ 6,850 rpm
/ 2832 lbs
At the 2010 Geneva Motor Show Swedish supercar manufacturer
Koenigsegg revealed the Agera, an enhanced and lightly restyled
model derived from the company's CC model.
There's no major changes to the Koenigsegg formula for the Agera.
It gets an unbelievably powerful V8 engine and the accompanying
insane performance numbers. To be exact the engine is a 4.7
litre V8 with two turbochargers. It produces 910 horsepower
@ 6,850 rpm and 1100 Nm of torque @ 5,100 rpm. In the right
hands it only takes 3.1 seconds to hit 62 mph (100km/h). Top
speed is an estimated 245 mph.
To cope with the added power, Koenigsegg have equipped the Agera
with more larger and more effective ceramic disc brakes.
In the looks department Koenigsegg's designers have subtly altered
the appearance with new headlights with daytime LED running
lights, and revised bumpers which are slightly more rounded.
Koenigsegg has also developed a new type of interior illumination,
which is a worlds first in the car industry - Ghost light. The
illumination shines through the billet aluminium buttons and
surfaces by way of invisible nanotubes, creating excellent visibility
of the symbols, as well as a very clean and stylish appearance,
framed by an all-new carbon fibre centre console and tunnel
The Agera is not a replacement for the CCX
and CCXR models.
Instead it is designed to expand and compliment the company's
Similar and related vehicles:
Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita