Is This The World's First Koenigsegg Agera RS For Sale?


Only 25 were made so it'll cost a few million.

Everything Koenigsegg makes is rare and incredible. Some of its cars are slightly rarer and more incredible than others, such as the Agera RS. Only 25 were made and the one pictured here is up for sale at Al Ain Class Motors in the UAE. It’s powered by a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine good for 1,160 horsepower. Since the car was introduced earlier in the year at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, and since Koenigsegg doesn’t exactly build cars at a rapid pace, not much is known about the Agera RS in terms of performance.

What we do know can be gleaned from these photos, which show an absolutely stunning supercar finished in white with exposed black carbon fiber bits. All those bits help keep weight down to a slim and trim 3,000 pounds. Of the 25 Agera RS's scheduled to be made 10 were pre-ordered before the supercar debuted at Geneva leaving 15 for the rest of the world. It’s a good chance that this is the first example ever available for sale to the public. That means that it’ll be priced through the roof and deservedly so. North of $2 million sounds about right.

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