Koenigsegg Agera RS has become the most bctrim Hypercam on Earth

Koenigsegg Agera RS has become the most bctrim Hypercam on Earth

Koenigsegg Agera RS has become the most bctrim Hypercam on Earth

In the two races coupe Koenigsegg Agera RS showed an average result of 444,6 km/h. the Maximum recorded speed of 447 km/h.

Swedish auto maker Koenigsegg broke the record for the world's fastest production vehicle (which means that the vehicle is sold to consumers and legal to drive on public roads) on Saturday with its Agera RS, which hit an average speed of 277.9 miles per hour during two runs on a closed, 11-mile stretch of highway in Nevada, according to Top Gear.

There are several remarkable things about Koenigsegg's record-breaking run in its Agera RS.

The Bugatti Chiron is its closest rival with a top speed of 261mph, although Bugatti claims it has the potential to hit 310mph in the future.

It's the same model that set a new world record for 0-249-0mph earlier this year - in just 36.44 seconds. "All data recorded and verified on site by Racelogic". Conducted on a 11-mile stretch of highway outside Las Vegas, the run saw factory test driver Niklas Lilja set the new record on Saturday November 4.

The roughly $2 million Agera RS is powered by a 5.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 that delivers power to the rear wheels.

Before confirming that "it was over by lunch on day one", the brand responded to journalists on Twitter to confirm that it had completed the run using the "standard fitment" Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2 tyres.

However, it seems the Swedish firm's latest record may not last long, after Hennessey revealed a new, faster Venom last week.

According to information available there are only about 70 of the Koenigsegg Agera RS in the world now.

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