Koenigsegg One:1 – The World’s First Megacar

Koenigsegg One

Koenigsegg’s Agera line is replete with world beaters and some of the best custom carbon fiber woven auto machines ever. However, there is “one” car that stands out in this line, this is the One:1. This car was released in the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.

The Swedish car maker has themed it as, “the first megacar.” The car’s name came about ambiguously solely on its stellar performance. As it comes with a power to weight ratio of 1360 PS to 1360 kg, giving the hypercar a 1 PS per 1 kg. Also to add to this 1360 PS is the same as 1 MW. With all this ones, especially the ratio of power to weight the car got a name. Mind you the car isn’t pronounced as a number but rather as a ratio, “one-to-one.” Read More

Koenigsegg Agera RS: Made For The Track

Koenigsegg Agera RS

The Koenigsegg Agera RS is the successor of the Agera R. This car has been made with one thing in mind to rule the track. Unveiled in the Geneva Motor Show 2015, this car has built on the features and technology of the One:1. The car that is billed at being “the ultimate track tool” by its makers, is all about dizzying speeds.

Building for track means you have less limits and that you are more focused on performance. This car is skewed to performance but it still has the world class functionality available in in the Agera R and Agera S models. Thus you needn’t worry you are only going to get a chassis with a greatly enhanced engine. Read More