Koenigsegg Agera RS1: An Amazing Hypercar With A $10 Million Price

It’s hard to be a petrolhead and not be a fan of the Koenigsegg Agera, one of the most hardcore driving machines on Planet Earth. This RS1 version is basically a bespoke take on the regular RS, and its owner had it fitted with the 1 Megawatt package.

What this means is that it’s putting down roughly 1,360 HP and 1,011 lb-ft (1,370 Nm) of torque, with the help of a seven-speed automatic gearbox. That’s enough muscle to send it to 62 mph (100 km/h) from rest in just 2.8 seconds, and to 186 mph (300 km/h) in 12.3 seconds.

According to Koenigsegg, the RS1 weighs just 2,845 lbs (1,290 kg) dry and can pull up to 1.8G while cornering thanks to its elongated front and rear wishbone suspension and advanced aero features.

Visually, the RS1 stands out thanks to its Arctic White exterior with blue details on the front winglets, side skirts, diffuser and rear wing, plus loads of blue Alcantara inside, combined with polished carbon fiber and black anodized aluminum surfaces.

So what did reviewer Doug DeMuro think of the RS1? After talking us through all of its quirks and features both inside and out, he took the K-Segg out on the road and was blown away by the sheer relentlessness of its hand-built twin turbocharged 5.0-liter V8, as well as its soundtrack.

Is it worth $10,000,000, though? You’d have to have really deep pockets in order to say ‘yes’ to that question.


  • The most expensive luxury car every, Only a few can own this car.

    The most feature I really like this car is the engine at back, because it is efficient and faster than other car.

    For me, I’ll include to my wish list.

    • Bash

      Is that you Chris?

    • Dennis James

      The $50k Porsche Cayman also has the engine at back 🙂

      • Yeah, the engine at the back is more faster than engine in a front. This idea was came from Preston Tucker.

  • Craig

    An amazing $10,000,000 car is as worthy of praise as would be a $10,000 pair of shoes. In other words – not all that worthy.

  • Bash

    The things one can do or buy with that much money.

  • Marty

    In the beginning, Koenigsegg was actually a “budget friendly” supercar. Not anymore.

    • Since when Koenigsegg is “budget friendly” supercar. CC8S cost $300 grand for start.

      • Marty

        Exactly. That was pocket money compared to the competitors.

        • ace_9

          That’s a stupid comparison. Almost every car sounds like pocket money compared to Bugatti. And CC8S was so cheaper than a Veyron simply because it was objectively that much worse. So there was no bargain…

          • Marty

            My statement:
            1. Koenigsegg CC8S was a super car.
            2. It was cheaper than other super cars.

            I actually think we agree.

    • ace_9

      It never was and never could be, because it has always been handmade in limited numbers mostly completely under one roof. Even the costs of production are simply too high.

  • No, it doesn’t worth $10 million, you can really get some good classic car(s if you want several but lesser quality).

    • ace_9

      And old cars are worth that much money? 😀 It’s all just a mental bubble. The cars that are so expensive are not objectively so much better than other cars. The only thing that is really valuable in them is rarity. But rarity is valuable only if somebody is willing to pay for it. And that somebody is paying just for a feeling, nothing else. Yes, objectively, there is the “investment” point of view, but that’s again based on the urges of other people to buy the car later. These cars are just a representation of big value for wealthy people, just like printed money are used to represent smaller values. The paper, print and some protection features are not worth the value itself.

      • This supercar aren’t used everyday, people say that driving old cars are a hassle, and I can tell you it’s goddamn right. That’s why you only take it in certain occassion. While those classics resting, the values goes up. What about one-off supercars? They are tailored to one person taste and there is a chance that it will sit for awhile before it was sold. Also what people don’t know if that right classic cars can get you to an exclusive events, not that Supercar can’t, but it tends to be an event like Gumball… so I know what I want to choose.

  • izzey04

    prolly worth 1 milll. not a penny more…

  • Trackhacker

    For that amount of money I rather own so many amazing Japanese sports cars. Not this pile.

  • S3XY

    My fav car. I have it in 1/18.

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