K-segg makes an Agera with the near R levels of power, but without the recycled McDonald's grease.
Looking for ridiculous levels of power? Look no further than the Koenigsegg Agera. Its 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 produces 927 horsepower, making it one of the most powerful cars on the road. Not enough? You'll want the Agera R, then, which produces 1,115 hp when running on an E85 bio-ethanol mix similar to the racing fuel used in IndyCars. For those looking for that extra kick who don't have access to ethanol but do have 98-octane gasoline, however, Koenigsegg has developed the new Agera S.
Optimized to take advantage of high-test gasoline available in certain markets (say, Hong Kong for example), the Agera S produces 1,030 horsepower without the need for pouring liquid corn into the tank. This particular green example with tone-on-tone green stripes and a white interior was spotted by Ron Alder W Photography
in Hong Kong, but we're sure the Swedish automaker will gladly make one for anyone with the cash to spend on the seven-figure hypercar.