Two composers and a distant jackhammer vs a 1,600-hp, twin-turbo V8
Hypercars deserve color.
Hint: it involves a supercomputer and a sledgehammer.
Top Gear finds it takes 50 hours to build a carbon wheel, 600-800 to paint a car.
But there's still a chance you could get one.
It will use technology from Saab, Koenigsegg and e-Traction.
It has a nine-speed seven-clutch transmission.
Wants his sub-million-euro V8 supercar to be a technology showcase.
The plan is to 'develop a product for new and untapped segments'
No paint, no epoxy, no clearcoat. Just carbon
Doubling down on an even more energy-dense combustion engine.
A rumored reference to the violent Norse armageddon.
The Agera replacement will be at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
It's set to be more extreme than the record-holding Agera RS.
Almost exactly a year after a rare $1.5 million-plus Koenigsegg Agera RS crashed during testing in Sweden, it's happened again. To the same, repaired supercar.