The Naraya is essentially the same vehicle as the Agera XS, but is customized to meet the owner's request. The body is finished in a blue-tinted carbon fiber, which has been carried over to the supercar's carbon fiber tub – a first for Koenigsegg. As if the gorgeous shade of blue wasn't enough, the Naraya also features an extensive amount of gold leaf on the inside and outside.
The gold leaf, which was applied by hand at the automaker's factory in Sweden by Ettore 'Blaster' Callegaro, a distinguished craftsman from Italy, took two weeks to apply. Callegaro worked 12-hour days, six days a week to apply the gold leaf to the glued surface and then turned it by hand using a small tool. The gold leaf was then finished in multiple clear coats to protect it from scratching.
With gold leaf and blue-tinted carbon fiber on the outside, one would assume that's enough bling for one vehicle, but it doesn't stop there. The interior, which features blue Alcantara with gold piping and stitching, is topped off by the Naraya nameplate that's finished in 18-carat yellow gold, along with 155 cultured diamonds.
Power still comes from a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that generates 1,160 horsepower and 944 pound-feet of torque. The supercar also features all of Koenigsegg's creature comforts including a front and rear hydraulic lifting system, USB port, climate control, and more. The blue and gold supercar will line up next to two other special Koenigseggs including a One:1 that recently set a VMax200 speed record at Bruntingthrope for traveling 240 mph and the very last Agera R ever made.