Koenigsegg Agera RS Successor Teased Before Reveal At 2019 Geneva Motor Show

Posted: Jun 26 2018, 2:44pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Koenigsegg Agera RS Successor Teased Before Reveal at 2019 Geneva Motor Show
  • Koenigsegg Agera RS Replacement Confirmed for Geneva 2019 Reveal

Europe’s Largest Car Show will Feature the Next Model after the Agera RS Vehicle

Koenigsegg seems to be ready to reveal the vehicle that will be taking the place of its Agera RS pretty soon. For one thing, it will be the quickest production car in the global village.

The Sweden-based hypercar brand plans on showing the world what it has got in terms of class and style at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The novel model as of now bears no title and has a large back wing and a rear diffuser that juts out at an odd angle.

The thin taillights take their cue from the Regera hypercar. A center trenchline exists smack in the middle of the roof. This is in keeping with the tradition of the Swedish company.

While no specifications have been divulged just yet, this Koenigsegg Agera RS replacement vehicle will be a fast one. The previous Agera RS topped the list at 277.9 mph and that was towards the end of 2017.

It also had a double turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 engine which cranked out 1160 bhp. The hindrance to top speeds lies not in the cars but in their tyres. Koenigsegg is looking forward to hooking up with another brand to make bespoke tyres for the unnamed model, according to AutoCar.

The engineering team in the company will also be looking forward to breaking the 0-400 kph-0 record. This is a record that the company has accomplished in the past so it is no big deal, to begin with. The Agera RS broke Bugatti’s record by more than 8 seconds.

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