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It pulls 1.8 G in a corner.

This is one of 25 Agera RS models, all of which are already sold.

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Take a good look at the pics, because you'll probably never see one in person.

The latest member of the Agera RS family, the Agera RSR, was specially designed for customers in Japan.

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Does it hit 200 mph?

This Koenigsegg Agera really owns the left lane in this video.

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Just ten months after its debut, Koenigsegg has sold all 25 examples of the Agera RS it will build. At least one will come to the US.

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With all six customer examples sold, Koenigsegg is refurbishing its own factory prototype of the Agera One:1 and offering it up for $6 million.

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The seventh of 25 examples of the new Koenigsegg Agera RS to be built is destined for the United States, representing a new drive by the Swedish automaker to accelerate into the North American market.

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Jay Leno heads to The Quail during Monterey Car Week to chat with super car bigwigs like Christian von Koenigsegg and Rob Dickenson from Singer. He also takes a drive in a Mercedes-AMG GT S.

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Four years after taking the record for the fastest 0-300-0 km/h run with the Agera R, Koenigsegg has reinforced its claim on the throne with the more potent One:1 megacar.

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Christian von Koenigsegg creates some of the most powerful cars in the world, and his company always finds a way to extract just a little more power or a tad less weight from each new product. In a new video, he explains that drive and makes the work sound easy.

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The new Koenigsegg Agera RS revealed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show may not be quite as extreme as the One:1 that came before, but promises to be even faster than the Agera R and Agera S... not to mention just about anything else on the road.

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Koenigsegg reveals part of the design for the upcoming new Agera RS and tells us it'll offer more creature comforts than the extreme One:1 from which it picks up.

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Koenigsegg is bringing two completely different supercars to the Geneva Motor Show: the stripped-out Agera RS and the luxed-up Regera.

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Sweden's exotic automaker reveals that it's bringing a new version of its supercar to the Geneva Motor Show. It'll be called the Agera RS, but it hasn't told us anything more than that.

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Few bragging rights are as hotly contested as Nürburgring lap times. Things have gotten so heated, in fact, that automakers have started slicing up the pie even finer: who makes the fastest sedan ever to lap the Norschleife, who the fastest front-driver, the fastest this and the fastest that. But the ultimate bragging rights still belong at the top of the leaderboard for the fastest street-legal production car. And now another exotic automaker is throwing its hat in the ring.

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Ill news from our spy shooters at Germany's Nürburgring today, as we're saddened to report that the test of a Koenigsegg Agera R-based mule has gone very wrong.

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Automotive recalls are often deadly serious matters of safety, but sometimes one comes around that makes you scratch your head and wonder, 'Why even bother?' That was the exactly the case with a newly reported campaign from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that bordered on the absurdly humorous. It concerned a single Koenigsegg Agera built in December 2012 as a 2013 model for the US.

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The Koenigsegg Agera One:1 has opportunity to become the new king of the supercar world. Its twin-turbocharged, 5.0-liter V8 has been tuned up to 1,341 horsepower (1,360 PS) thanks in part to its proprietary, 3D-printed variable geometry turbos. Plus, with power equal to one megawatt, the company claims it has created the world's first megacar.

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What's in a name? For Koenigsegg's latest creation, something totally awesome, that's what. The "One:1" designation refers to a one-to-one power-to-weight ratio – one horsepower per kilogram. And the magic number? One-thousand, three-hundred and forty-one. Hold on to your butts, indeed.