Koenigseggs are a rare sight indeed, but even more unique will be the products of the company's new One:1 program.
If you're in the market for a supercar with otherworldly capabilities and you have the cash on hand, you could do a lot worse than a Koenigsegg. The Swedish-made hypercar can dice it with the likes of Bugatti and Pagani and come out on top. They're a rare sight, but for those looking for something even more unique, Koenigsegg appears to be preparing a program to customize its vehicles even further. The initiative is apparently called Koenigsegg One:1, indicating that each Agera-based vehicle produced as part of the program will be truly unique.
A series of photos have leaked out showing what appears to be a catalog prepared for such well-heeled clients. Among the options apparently in store are special bodywork ranging from modified front fascias through hood-mounted air scoops to extended rear wings, along with carbon-fiber wheels and minor revisions for the interior. Sources speculate that the 5.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 can also be modified as part of the program to as much as 1,400 horsepower, throwing the gauntlet down for a series of new hypercars coming from the likes of Ferrari, McLaren, Porsche and Bugatti.