It might be a big overexposed but this is the onboard video showing the Koenisegg Regera setting a new record.
The Koenigsegg Agera RS Gryphon was once bound for a U.S. customer but is now owned by the company.
The event was organized by the Supercars Owners Circle club and was held at the Ambri Airport in the Swiss Alps.
Despite Bugatti being the first to breach the 300 mph barrier, Koenigsegg still holds the title of the fastest production car ever.
A real estate magnate almost doubled the $2.2 million he paid after he got an offer he couldn’t refuse.
Despite all that talk ,though, Koenigsegg will attempt to hit the 300 mph mark with the Jesko.
The Koenigsegg Agera RS is the world’s fastest production car with a 277.87 mph top speed.
The Koenigsegg Agera’s successor will reach new levels of performance.
This hypercar-inspired digital rendering was put together just in time for the holidays.
If you love quirky vehicles that are also exceptionally fast, then you pretty much can’t do any better.
Four successful, and wealthy, individuals share their passion for the Swedish supercars.
The Swedish company’s owner and CEO would love to race, but wants to see the new regulations first.