The Agera 'Final' Is Koenigsegg's Tribute To Its Most Successful Supercar

Special Edition

The Agera line gets a fitting sendoff.

Koenigsegg stunned the assembled media at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show when it showed off the production version of its new Regera hypercar. But also at the Koenigsegg booth was the Agera 'Final.' The black and red supercar is completely bespoke, as are the other two Final models. Yes, all three already have buyers. This special edition was created to celebrate the success of the Agera RS, which sold out (25 cars) within 10 months after its debut at Geneva last year.

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This is the “One of 1,” not to be confused with the One:1. It has a laundry list of custom features, including: a top-mounted rear wing with a second blade, custom rooftop air intake, special badging (yay), custom front splitter and a 3D-printed twin-exit titanium exhaust outlet with “One of 1” printed on it. The customizations here—and on all Agera Finals—are dictated by the customer’s desires. According to Koenigsegg, the owner of this masterpiece wanted a car that was “as close to a One:1 as possible in performance terms, while retaining the roof window, stowable roof and full luggage space.” To that end the engine of the Agera Final comes standard with tuning that was previously optional.

Its mighty V8 now makes 1,360 horsepower and 1,011 lb-ft of torque. Koenigsegg’s own Aircore hollow carbon fiber wheels cut weight by 44 pounds and make a nice pairing with the new aero bits. There’s also a clear carbon finish or partial carbon finish on offer. The Agera Final One of 1 looks absolutely stunning in the metal and is a fitting end to the Agera line. The color scheme is gorgeous but our favorite bit is the new exhaust exit which shines no matter what angle you see it from. And in case you were wondering, yes, this little yellow number is indeed an Agera RS. A year later, and next to some serious competition, it still manages to stand out.

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