Koenigsegg’s Agera Final Is The Swansong Of The Series

Koenigsegg’s last ever Agera is called the Final of which only three examples will be produced, with their respective buyers having “unprecedented input” into the specifications of their vehicle.

Unsurprisingly, all three cars have already been spoken for. The first of the series is the ‘One of 1’ displayed in Geneva. According Koenigsegg, the customer “wanted an Agera that would be as close to a One:1 as possible in performance terms, while retaining the roof window, stowable roof and full luggage space.”

Some of the features found on the ‘One of 1’ include a front splitter, triple winglets on the front bumper, custom-designed venture at the rear with adjustable winglets, a shield mesh at the rear, top-mounted rear wing with second blade, roof-mounted air intake and special badging, along with polished aluminum interior switchgear.

Other goodies include the unique Aircore hollow carbon fiber wheels, which weigh less than 7 kg (15 lbs) each, saving over 20 kg (44 lbs) compared to regular alloys, and with a clear carbon finish or partial clear carbon, which shows the carbon fiber body panels, available at no extra cost.

Equipped with the twin-turbo V8 1MW engine, the Koenigsegg Agera Final comes even closer to the One:1 in terms of performance and promises its customer a massive 1,360 HP and 1,371 Nm (1,011lb-ft) of torque.

Koenigsegg said that the other Agera Final models will be built for delivery towards the end of 2017.

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