Koenigsegg Agera XS is an RS That Is Coming To The USA In Road Legal Form

Koenigsegg has confirmed its presence at this year’s Monterey Car Week, held in August.
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The Swedish hypercar maker is not coming empty-handed, but with a pair of stunning cars, the Agera XS and Regera. Both vehicles will be flown directly from Angelholm to be displayed at two events.

Visitors of the McCall’s Motorworks Revival and The Quail Motorsport Gathering during Monterey Car Week will be able to see and hear the two exquisite examples of engineering.

Koenigsegg is not at its first presence in the USA, as the brand has showcased a One:1 in Monterey, California, last year. However, this news is not just about the Swedish automaker showcasing its finest creations in the United States of America, but about the fact that the Agera RS has become road-legal in the U.S.

The Agera “XS” will be the first U.S. road-legal example of the Agera RS. Koenigsegg representatives have explained that the model's name was changed according to the wishes of the owner.

The vehicle will be presented in the shade called “Karosserie Orange,” which is an intense finish with diamond-dust metallic effect, as well as a transparent carbon center strip.

On the inside, the Agera XS comes with black Alcantara upholstery with orange contrast stitching. Evidently, the shade of orange on the inside matches the exterior color in the best possible way that a piece of fabric could match paint.

The Agera XS also comes with another unique touch — it has the largest ever rear wing ever fitted to a Koenigsegg. Like the badging and color combination, this is the owner’s choice.

Koenigsegg has not revealed the identity of the first American owner of an Agera RS, but it will be difficult to hide such a car. The Agera XS is the first fully homologated Agera XS that can be used on American roads.

Company representatives have explained that the demand for its models from U.S. clients is “overwhelming,” and that they look forward to delivering more units in the “very near future.”
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Sebastian's love for cars began at a young age. Little did he know that a career would emerge from this passion (and that it would not, sadly, involve being a professional racecar driver). In over fourteen years, he got behind the wheel of several hundred vehicles and in the offices of the most important car publications in his homeland.
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