Sunday, October 8, 2017

Agera RS Smashes Bugatti Chiron Record

Koenigsegg has broken a world speed record. The company's 1360-horsepower Agera RS took 36,44 seconds to go from 0 to 400 km/h and back to zero. The Swedish-built beast overtook Bugatti Chiron's previous record from less than a month ago, when the French supercar went from 0 to 400 to 0 in 41,96 seconds. Koenigsegg has so far built 25 Agera RS cars. The record-breaking car will soon be shipped to an American customer.
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