Before Koenigsegg can turn its attention to the hybrid and gearbox-less Regera, the Swedish hypercar still has a handful of Agera RS models to build, and the latest one in the works is certainly one of the wildest designed to date.
Ordered by U.S. collector Olivier Benloulou, the car depicted in these images will be unlike any other vehicle the marque has produced, largely because of its extensive use of pink carbon fiber. Yes, you read that correctly: pink carbon fiber.
In the past few years, we’ve seen exclusive automakers like Pagani, Koenigsegg and Bugatti dramatically expand their carbon fiber finishes, yet with the exception of a pink and grey carbon Pagani Zonda F Roadster, we haven’t seen any combine the bright shade with the ever-attractive weave of carbon fiber.
Among the pink carbon elements of this Agera RS will be the front splitter, air vents on the front and rear wheel arches, the wing mirrors, side skirts, roof and rear wing. The rest of the car will be painted in a more subdued shade of white.
Beneath the skin, it is reported that the owner has opted for the available One:1 upgrade package, meaning the vehicle’s twin-turbo V8 will deliver 1,360 hp and 1,011 lb-ft of torque.