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Hope you weren't planning on buying one.

Camcon says Jaguar Land Rover is interested.

The video shows how it all works.

The Naraya will be revealed at Salon Privé Concours d’Elégance this week.

I love gooooooooold!

How the ultra-wealthy kick off a week of car overload.

It's got the largest wing ever attached to a Koenigsegg.

The first road-legal Agera RS in the US is excessive in the best way possible.

Believe it or not, the catalytic converter system of the Agera RS is quite interesting.

Sweden's hypercar makes a smoky statement.

It takes a month to build one. Christian von Koenigsegg wants to change that.

Super rare supercars return to Denmark for the company's first homecoming.

Koenigsegg's detailed crash report is out. This is what it happened.

Koenigsegg was testing for a possible record run. The test didn't end well.

Time, new ideas, and a commitment to succeed.

Christian von Koenigsegg talks about what led him to start a car company, and some milestones along the way.

Look ma, no camshafts!

The Chinese carmaker Qoros shows off its Qamless concept car, employing Koenigsegg's FreeValve engine with no camshafts.

"Lila Regera", or "Purple Reign", as the company says.

The purple color fits the 1100-horsepower Swedish supercar exceptionally well.

Listen to Christian von Koenigsegg give a fascinating interview about the details of the new Regera, the Agera One of 1, and the Agera RS. He makes you desperately want one of the company's cars.

It has more horsepower and weighs less than the Bugati Chiron. Yikes.

Koenigsegg has built a car that will go from zero to 248 miles per hour in just 20 seconds. Bugatti, you should be very, very scared.

Does it hit 200 mph?

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

A brief look at the history of the Swedish company.

Let's take a look at the history of Koenigsegg and understand how it became the successful limited-production hypercar manufacturer we all know today.

Or why I'll never buy a Koenigsegg.

Saabs are one lesson that I've needed to be taught over and over again. And I'm still not sure that I've learned it.

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.

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.

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.

Despite noise restrictions and a busy track, the Koenigsegg One:1 managed to whittle its own lap record at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit down by another second.

Koenigsegg has a lot of wisdom to impart, but it only applies its expertise to seven-figure hypercars. That could change, however, with the launch of a new partnership or sub-brand.

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