1360PS One:1 Destroys Previous 0-300-0 km/h World Record In Practice HANDS-FREE

Koenigsegg was teasing us about this one for the past few days and today the announcement came along with video proof.

During a practice session at Koenigsegg’s test track, the One:1 set a record-beating 0-300-0 km/h time of 17.95 seconds, a full 3.24 seconds faster than the time of the Agera R did back in 2011 (21.19 seconds) which gave Koenigsegg the Guiness World Record for a production car.

A standard VBOX data recorder was used to time the attempt with the results to be simply mind blowing: 0-300km/h in 11.922 seconds, 300-0 km/h in 6.032 seconds, 0-300-0 km/h 17.95 seconds, and for those who use the imperial system 0-200 mph in 14.328 seconds, 200-0 mph in 6.384 seconds and 0-200-0 mph in 20.71 seconds.

Koenigsegg says that this is an unofficial time and that the One:1 development car used for this try is actually 50kg heavier than the cars destined for customers because of the roll cage fitted.

And if that’s not enough, the company’s test driver Robert Serwanski demonstrates with the best possible way the insane stability of the One:1 by performing the record run without even having his hands on the steering wheel!

See for yourselves on the video linked below.


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