|Designer||Christian von Koenigsegg|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||2-door targa top|
|Layout||Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel drive|
5.0 L (305 cu in) V8 twin-turbocharged 940 PS (691 kW; 927 bhp)
5.0 L (305 cu in) V8 twin-turbocharged 1,140 PS (838 kW; 1,124 bhp)
5.0 L (305 cu in) V8 twin-turbocharged 1,030 PS (758 kW; 1,016 bhp)
5.0 L (305 cu in) V8 twin-turbocharged 1,360 PS (1,000 kW; 1,341 bhp)
5.0 L (305 cu in) V8 twin-turbocharged 1,160 PS (853 kW; 1,144 bhp)
|Transmission||7-speed dual clutch|
|Length||4,293 mm (169.0 in)|
|Width||1,996 mm (78.6 in)|
|Height||1,120 mm (44.1 in)|
|Curb weight||Standard/Agera R/Agera S:
1,435 kg (3,164 lb)
1,360 kg (3,000 lb)
1,395 kg (3,075 lb)
The Koenigsegg Agera is a mid-engined supercar produced by Swedish car manufacturer Koenigsegg since 2011. It is a successor to the Koenigsegg CCX/CCXR. The name Agera comes from the Swedish verb 'agera' which means "to act" or "to take action".
Specifications and performance
In early development the car was fitted with a 4.7-litre V8 engine with twin fixed-vane turbos, but it was replaced with a 5.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine for the production version of the car.
Engine and transmission
The Agera is powered by an in-house developed 5.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine which produces 940 hp (701 kW) at 6900 rpm and 1,100 N·m (810 lb·ft) of torque at 4000 rpm. Total weight of the engine is only 197 kg (434 lb) thanks to a carbon fiber intake manifold and the aluminium construction. The transmission is a 7-speed dual clutch with paddle shifters. It is the first dual clutch transmission to feature only one input shaft. The second clutch slows down the input shaft during up shifts in order to reduce the time it takes to synchronize the next gear, resulting in faster shift times. Most notably, the transmission weighs only 81 kg (179 lb).
- 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in 2.8 sec
- 0–200 km/h (0–124 mph) in 8.9 sec
- 0–300 km/h (0–186 mph) in 14.53 sec
Top speed for the production model is above 420 km/h (260 mph).
Exterior and interior
The Agera has a body made from impregnated carbon fiber/kevlar with lightweight reinforcements. The car's hardtop roof is stowable under the front hood lid. The chassis is also made out of carbon fiber with an aluminum honeycomb that comes with integrated fuel tanks for optimal weight distribution and safety. The rear wing is electronically adjustable with auto setting or manual control in order to have as little compromise as possible between low drag and down force, depending on situation and mood. The Agera comes with forged aluminum wheels with center locking nuts, measuring 19" on the front and 20" on the back and wrapped in a set of Michelin Super Sport tyres that can be used with speeds of up to 260 mph (420 km/h). Other highlights include the trademark Koenigsegg doors, a new traction control system, LED lighting, blue hood stripes that continue on through the cockpit of the car and a custom interior with a new "Ghost light" lighting system, which uses carbon nanotubes in a unique configuration to shine through the car's aluminum buttons.
Koenigsegg Agera R
The Agera R made its debut at the March 2011 Geneva Motor Show—with a Speed Racer livery theme, and special Michelin tyres. It can accelerate from 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.8 seconds and reach a theoretical top speed of 273 mph (440 km/h). The Agera R has a drag coefficient of Cd=0.37, or Cd=0.33 at high speed due to its adaptive rear wing, while producing 300 kg of downforce at 250 km/h. This adaptive rear wing system is lighter than conventional hydraulic/electrical adaptive systems, and has the unique ability to compensate for head/tailwind due to its spring-loaded design. Furthermore, the pylons holding the wing play not only a role in the Agera R's aerodynamic performance, but also assist in extracting hot air from the engine bay.
On 2 September 2011, during test sessions in Ängelholm, the Agera R broke six world land speed records for a production car, including 0–300 km/h in 14.53 seconds, and 0-300-0 km/h in only 21.19 seconds. The braking performance required to maintain this record is enabled in part by the Agera's stability, demonstrated by Koenigsegg's test driver and drivetrain technician Robert Serwanski, who was recorded by passenger Rob Ferretti (founder of the group "Super Speeders") braking from 186 mph to 0 without holding the steering wheel.
The Agera R can produce lateral cornering forces of 1.5G, due to a combination of mechanical balance and high levels of grip from the specially developed Michelin Supersport tyres.
The 2013 version of Agera R premiered at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. Upgrades included carbon fiber wheels, enhanced aerodynamics, and engine upgrades allowing the Agera R's 5 litre twin turbocharged engine to produce 1140 hp on E85. And, thanks to Koenigsegg's Flex Fuel Sensor technology, the ECU can respond to varying fuel qualities and alcohol content by reducing power levels as a means of protecting the engine. On standard low octane fuels, power is reduced to 960 hp.
The Agera R was featured prominently in the movie Need for Speed and in Criterion's Need For Speed: Most Wanted (2012) and Need for Speed: Rivals (2013) video games.
Koenigsegg Agera S
In 2013, Koenigsegg presented the 2014 Agera S model. Built for markets lacking E85 biofuel, the Agera S has most of the upgrades of the Agera R compared to the normal Agera including the dynamic wing, but is optimized for running on low octane gasoline producing 1030 hp/1100 Nm compared to the 960 hp/1100 Nm of an Agera R running on the same fuel. Running on biofuel the Agera R is still more powerful, producing 1200 hp and 1200 Nm. In 2013 one Agera S was the 100th Koenigsegg ever produced, celebrated by a specially built car with gold leaf inlays named "Hundra" (Swedish for hundred). Recently, an Agera S was sold in Singapore for the price of S$5.3 million (US$4.2 million).
On 10 June 2014, NAZA Swedish Motors launched the Agera S in Malaysia. It was the second Koenigsegg after the CCXR to arrive in the country, thus setting a new market for Koenigsegg. It was priced at RM5 million before the tax and it was estimated that it will be priced at RM15 million with government tax and duties – making it one of the most expensive cars in the country. The Agera S is the only model offered in Malaysia due to the absence of E85 biofuel in Malaysia.
The Koenigsegg One:1 was presented at the March 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Koenigsegg will build six cars apart from the car presented on the Geneva Motor Show. All the cars have already been sold. Koenigsegg brought two cars to the 2014 Goodwood Festival of Speed, where it was displayed alongside other supercars such as the McLaren P1, the Ferrari LaFerrari, the Porsche 918 Spyder and the Pagani Huayra.
The name One:1 comes from the power (1360 PS) to weight (1360 kg) ratio giving the car 1 PS per 1 kg weight. The 1360 PS power output is the equivalent of one megawatt, which Koenigsegg claims makes the One:1 the ‘world’s first megacar’. The car is more focused as a track car than the previous cars made by Koenigsegg. Koenigsegg had to sacrifice a few things to be able to achieve their goal with the car. There is an airscoop on the removable roof, so it would not have been possible to stow the roof in the trunk like previous models. As such, Koenigsegg have taken advantage of this and modeled the front to create more downforce, which reduces trunk capacity by 40%. Also the Koenigsegg One:1 set a world record of 290.8mph The Koenigsegg One:1 is fitted with a variant of the same 5.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine used in all Ageras. It produces 1,360 PS (1,000 kW) at 7500 rpm and 1,371 N·m (1,011 lb·ft) of torque at 6000 rpm. Total weight of the engine is only 197 kg (434 lb) thanks to a carbon fiber intake manifold and the aluminium construction. The transmission is a 7-speed dual clutch paddle shift.
Koenigsegg Agera RS
The Koenigsegg Agera RS is the direct successor to the Agera R, implementing some of the new technology and features of the One:1. The car was unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, Koenigsegg billed it as “the ultimate track tool” due to its lightweight features and track optimized technologies. The Agera RS produces 450 kg of downforce at 250 km/h. The 5.0 liter V8 power-ratio thing now produces 1,160 bhp on regular pump gasoline. The Agera RS is limited to 25 units. because its slow..
|Koenigsegg Agera||Koenigsegg Agera R||Koenigsegg Agera R||Koenigsegg Agera S||Koenigsegg One:1||Koenigsegg Agera RS|
|Production||from 2010||2011–2012||from 2013||from 2013||from 2014||from 2014|
|Motor||5.0L V8, dual Turbo|
|Transmission||Specially developed 7-speed dual clutch
1 input shaft transmission with paddle-shift
|7-speed paddle-shift with auto shift mode
Koenigsegg Electronic differential (KED)
Koenigsegg Gearbox Control Module (KGCM)
|Power||706 kW (947 bhp; 960 PS) at 7100||820 kW (1,100 bhp; 1,115 PS) at 6900||895 kW (1,200 bhp; 1,217 PS) at 7100||758 kW (1,016 bhp; 1,031 PS) at 7100||1,000 kW (1,341 bhp; 1,360 PS) at 7500||865 kW (1,160 bhp; 1,176 PS) at 7800|
|Torque||1100 Nm at 4000||1100 Nm at 4000||1200 Nm at 4100||1100 Nm at 4100||1371 Nm at 6000||1280 Nm at 4100|
|Top Speed||435 km/h (270 mph)||440 km/h (273.4034 mph)||443 km/h (275 mph)||440 km/h (273.4034 mph)||468 km/h (290.8 mph)|
|3 sec||2.8 sec||2.8 sec||2.9 sec||~ 2.8 sec|
|8 sec||7.8 sec||7.8 sec||7.9 sec|
|14.53 sec||11.92 sec|
|0-200-0 km/h||13.5 sec||12.6 sec||12.8 sec|
|21.19 sec||22.7 sec||17.95 sec|
|400–0 km/h||10 sec|
|Braking distance (100–0 km/h)||30.5m||30.5m||30.5m||28m|
|Curb weight (kg) / (lbs)
All fluids, 50% fuel
|0–300 km/h||11.92 sec|
|0–200 mph||14.328 sec|
|300–0 km/h||6.03 sec|
|200–0 mph||6.384 sec|
|0–300–0 km/h||17.95 sec|
|0–200–0 mph||20.71 sec|
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