Spectacular Koenigsegg Agera N Is A One-Off And Is Now For Sale

One-off

And it comes with a spectacular price.

UK supercar dealer SuperVettura revealed last week that it would soon be taking stock of the last Koenigsegg One: 1, with the development car to carry a price tag of $6 million. The same dealer has now announced it has another one-off Segg on its exclusive lot, although at a fraction of the price. That fraction still equates to a cool £1.2 million, or just shy of $1.8 million. Finished in pearlescent white with exposed carbon fiber and blue-and-yellow striping, the Agera N started life as an Agera.

It since received a host of unique upgrades, including carbon-fiber wheels, carbon overlay on the hood, wing mirrors and blacked-out headlights from the One:1, and the titanium exhaust outlet from the RS. Other upgrades include a carbon-fiber steering wheel, updated transmission, yellow brake calipers, N logos and symbols in various colors, and a reupholstered interior. Power comes from the carmaker’s 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 rated at 1,140 hp, helping it to sprint to 124 mph in 7.8 seconds.

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