Teased: Koenigsegg Agera R

With a new Pagani and a new Lamborghini coming out, Koenigsegg was worried that you might be too focused on Italy to pay any attention to Sweden. So Koenigsegg will be present at the Geneva Motor Show and they'll be bringing the new Agera R. This beast has a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that runs on E85 biofuel. Powered by the green stuff, the Agera R produces 1,115hp, up from 940hp on 95-octane gasoline, who says you can't have it all?

The Agera R looks amazing on the outside, and it also features a well-designed and well-appointed interior. Top Gear made Koenigsegg's need for more downforce on their cars famous, and the Agera R has all of the usual downforce-generating parts (such as the much-needed wing) as well as Vortex Generating Rim wheels, which has fan-like spokes to generate extra downforce. More details will be available after the official unveiling, so watch for such important figures as price.

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