The Koenigsegg Agera isn't a concept, it's the successor to the company's original world-beating supercar, the CCX. The Agera packs a 1,115-horsepower twin-turbocharged V8 that can run to 124 mph in 7.5 seconds, but more impressive than the performance is the bespoke interior. K-egg hypes the quality of materials – specifically the aluminum, carbon fiber, alcantara and aniline leather – but the trick switchgear, billet aluminum buttons and LEDs are a sight to behold. Configurable instruments are part of the multi-million dollar package, with the CAN-bus system being controlled through a stalk on the steering wheel to display a range of information to suit the driving environment. On the track? Dial up the rev-counter, lap timer and G-force indicator. Back on the road? Connect your Bluetooth equipped phone, play some tunes and let the computer handle the shifting.