Koenigsegg to present 910 HP Agera in Geneva | Rpmgo.com

We haven’t really heard all that much about Koenigsegg ever since its talks with GM concerning the sale of Saab fell through. But the Swedish supercar manufacturer is back, and will reveal its newest product at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show which starts this week.

From the details released, the wait was more than worth it. The new car is called the Agera, and symbolizes an evolution of the design used with the CCX models. The front and rear fascias have been slightly restyled, and LED daytime running lights were added.

The biggest changes though arrive from under the bonnet, where the same 4.7-liter V8 engine now develops a whopping 910 HP and 811 lb-ft of torque. The resulting performance figures, 0 to 62 mph in 3.1 seconds and a top speed of over 242 mph, are mind boggling.

Only 20 units will be produced each year, but they will arrive with high end options like a special sequential gearbox, carbon ceramic brakes, an exhaust system made out of Inconel alloy, and a body kit made out of carbon fiber and kevlar. Also, in case you want to travel long distances with the new Koenigsegg Agera, a special luggage set is also included.

Source: Koenigsegg

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