Koenigsegg Agera R for the Oman Royal Family

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If you are searching for some of the most exciting ways to burn petrol, look no further than the black gold's land of origin, the Arabic world. There, you'll find supercars, hypercars and luxury vehicles that can play with all your senses, offering you unimaginable experiences.

The latest four-wheeled creations to arrive in the land of petrol is a Koenigsegg Agera R, as we found out from Teamspeed. The beast you see in the adjacent images has been delivered to the Oman Royal Family, with unofficial sources indicating that the vehicle is not your "average" Agera,which offers 910 hp, but one that allows the driver to punish the rear wheels with no less than 1,100 hp.

It seems like all that power is handled by an automatic transmissions. As for the aerodynamics, the vehicle borrows the XXCR's rear wing.

As you can see, the hypercar is dressed in a bespoke coat - we would've expected nothing short of this fot such an owner.

Even though it means going down almost 200 hp, let's take some time to see how Koenigsegg describes the Agera: "Agera, the Swedish verb "to act", has been chosen as the name for Koenigsegg´s latest super creation, as it symbolizes the Koenigsegg philosophy well. Koenigsegg is always striving forward, seeking challenges beyond limitations. The new supercar Koenigsegg Agera is an outcome of that creative process and its functions respond very well to the given name."

"The Koenigsegg Agera still stay true to the original philosophy, shape and size of the original CC. At the same time, it looks, feels and performs like something belonging to the future, with all new content."
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