It's claimed to reach 200 miles per hour, though we have no way of verifying that. We can tell that it looks damn fast. The Agera R's pilot deftly slices through slower traffic. Mere mortals, the European hatches and semis look almost stationary compared to this flying Swedish meatball.
The Agera R was made between 2011-2014. Just 18 were built. Dripping in carbon fiber to accent its fighter-jet appearance, the Agera R could generate 1,140 horsepower while running on E85 or E100 biofuel, the company said. It also set a record in 2011 as the quickest car to hit 300 kilometers per hour (186 mph) and then return to a stop, which it did in 21.19 seconds. The Koenigsegg One: 1 later beat that record.