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Koenigsegg Agera NP (North Pole) Snowmobile Rendered, May Be Built

Holiday cards come in all shapes and sizes and we've already chosen our favorite for this year. The thing comes from Koenigsegg and portrays the Agera NP. As we mentioned in the title, those two letters stand for North Pole and, for now, this is only a rendering.
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The image shows an Agera RS that has been gifted with the kind of gear required to go up a ski slope. Traction comes thanks to a set of compact tracks, while up front we have skis.

The sheer idea of seeing a vehicle that currently holds multiple velocity world records in such a state is enticing.

The rendering comes from Marcello Raeli. It's worth mentioning that the Italian artist has worked for Pininfarina, Bertone, Rivian, Subaru and, obviously Koenigsegg.

In fact, the pixel master took a bit of time to deliver a message with the image: "I did this quick, for fun in the holiday spirit...and then it was decided [at Koenigsegg] to put it in the holiday cards! Happy holidays!!!"

Many hypercar owners place their machines into hibernation for the winter, with this including the aficionado that shared the Instagram post below. However, there are also gearheads out there who use their Koenigseggs as winter beaters.

And we've added a few photos in the gallery above to bring you an example of this. The photos were snapped last month in Chicago, showing an Agera RS making full use of its winter tires.

We also talked about such an example last winter, when we showed you a Koenigsegg being cast in the role of a snow plow. The K machine, namely the Agera RS ML, attacked the Swiss Alps together with a Singer 911.

Returning to the rendering we have here, we might just see an eccentric gearhead commissioning such a transformation, which might just be reversible.
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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