The Koenigsegg pavilion at the Geneva Motor Show is a crowd puller for all the right reasons. The Swedish supercar manufacturer has displayed a number of its products including the production ready Regera, the Agera RS, etc. Our focus today although, is on a model of the Agera that marks the end of its production, namely the Agera Final.
The Agera Final will be limited to 3 units worldwide and no prizes for guessing that all the 3 units are already sold out. These 3 customers who bought their Agera final prior to its premiere will have the complete liberty to choose exceptional inputs for the specifications of the vehicle. Following this liberty, the model displayed at the Geneva Motor Show was christened One of 1.
The name “One of 1” comes due to the customer’s specifications of wanting his Agera to be as close a One: 1 as possible in terms of performance, while retaining the roof window, full luggage space as well as the stowable roof.
Some custom features on this one off model include top-mounted rear wing with second blade, roof-mounted air intake, Koenigsegg shield mesh at rear, badging on the wing, side and interior of the vehicle, 3D printed twin-exit titanium exhaust outlet with imprinted “One of 1” name, venturi at rear with adjustable winglets, triple winglets on front bumper, One of 1 front splitter, paint finish with partial clear carbon and custom polished aluminum interior switchgear.
Powering this beast is the twin turbo V8 1 MW engine, which brings it another step close to the One: 1. This beast unleashes 1360 hp of power and 1011 Nm of torque. The aircore hollow carbon fibre wheels that whey less than 7 kgs each, save over 20 kgs overall as compared to the alloys. This keeps the kerb weight of the vehicle at 1285 kh while the dry weight stands at 1380 kg making it just about 20 kg more than the One: 1.
The Agera RS was one of the most successful models in the history of Koenigsegg as all its units, 25 to be precise, were sold out in a period of 10 months before its production even began. The Agera Final was thus, unveiled to mark the end of as well as celebrate the success of the model line.
Koenigsegg has revealed that the Agera Final models will be heading towards delivery sometime towards the end of next year.
Following is the gallery for the Koenigsegg Agera Final “One: 1“: