Even with its $2 million price tag.
The Koenigsegg Agera RS may not be the fastest hypercar ever made by the automaker, but it's undoubtedly the fastest selling model ever. Just 10 months after being launched at the Geneva Motor Show, the automaker claims that all 25 examples of the hypercar have been accounted for. Buyers in the US, Canada, the United Kingdon, China, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, and the UAE shelled out $2 million apiece for the hypercar. Even with the vehicle's lofty price tag, it didn't take too long for every example to sell out.
The Agera RS may just be a de-tuned version of the extremely limited Koenigsegg One:1, but it has a monstrous twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 that makes 1,160 horsepower. Customers had the choice to bump horsepower up to the One:1's specs (1,341 horses) but had to pay an additional $300,000 on top of the already insane $2 million initial asking price. In its less potent form, the Agera RS could make the sprint to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds. Some customers received the Agera RS after the hypercar was revealed last year, while other vehicles will be built throughout 2016. The last Agera RS is expected to be shipped to its owner sometime in 2017.