In order to buy one of the fastest road-going vehicles ever built, you better bring the mother of all checkbooks with you, because limited edition hypercars don’t come cheap.
This 2016 Koenigsegg Agera RS is up for sale on a Russian website, priced at €8,555,555, which is roughly $10 million. The car is said to be chassis number 2 of 25 handcrafted examples, while its 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine has just 878 km (545 miles) on the clock.
The main reason why somebody might consider spending $10 million on a car, other than the fact that they can afford to do so, is because said car is putting down a whooping 1,160 HP (1,176 PS) at 7,800 rpm, with a peak torque figure of 1,280 Nm (940 lb-ft) at 4,100 rpm.
Power is sent to the wheels via a 7-speed paddle-shift automatic, helping the car accelerate all the way to 457.94 km/h (284.55 mph). A zero to 400 and back to zero run was completed in 33.29 seconds in Denmark, in October of 2017.
The Agera RS’ functional yet luxurious interior features dual airbags, power windows, leather surfaces, bucket carbon sports seats, sat-nav, USB connection, climate control, a digital warning and info system plus loads more.
In the end, whether this car is worth $10 million or not, is definitely up to potential buyers to decide. Can you purchase something that’s even faster for less money? In theory yes. A good example would be the Hennessey Venom F5.