The company started rolling out special edition Agera RS models last year and this is the proof that the Swedes are not willing to stop. This is Koenigsegg lending a hand to those who didn't get to acquire a One:1, as only seven units of the Megawatt car were produced.
And since the 1,360 hp Agera RS Gryphon tips the scales at 1,395 kg, its power-to-weight ratio is almost as sweet as that of the One:1.
When it comes to such machines, carbon fiber is not enough, which explains the presence of the 24-karat gold leaf details, which are spread throughout the vehicle, engine compartment included. Heck, even custom carbon fiber helmet that comes with the car is adorned with gold leaf.
Unlike the One:1, though, the K machine we have here comes with a removable hardtop, which can be stored in the nose of the speed demon.
Along with the Agera RS Gryphon, Koenigsegg is also ready to showcase the first Regera customer cars. Angelholm's 1,500 hp hybrid is finally ready to hit the streets and the automaker is now showcasing the first two examples of the transmissionless animal.
In a contrasting twist, the pair of Regeras involves candy apple red example and one that's dressed in British Racing Green - the latter is a tint for a clear carbon coat, while its cabin is covered in Saddle Brown leather. As for the cabin of the first, this comes with black leather that wears Lingonberry details.
Christian von Koenigsegg's company also delivered a few figures. You know, unimportant stuff such as its record sales (almost all of the 80 Regera examples have been spoken for) or the fact that its staff has almost doubled compared to the summer of 2015, with 135 people now serving the K brand.
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