The United States of America recently received its first ever Koenigsegg Agera RS, which, according to the taste of its owner, has been christened as the Agera XS. The reason behind Agera ‘XS’ being the fact that everything in this particular model is in ‘excess’ as compared to the other Agera units.
The one-off Agera XS comes with a new aerodynamic package that includes a top mounted rear wing designed specifically for the car and is said to be the largest wing for any Koenigsegg yet. Also, the engine has been tuned to produce a power output similar to the One:1, said to be 1341 hp. It also comes with an unique paint-job called Karosserie Orange. This is contrasted by a strip of clear carbon fiber running down the center.
The owner is none other than Florida based, NRI investment banker Kris Singh who is known for his extravagant collection of bespoke hyper-cars. Singh also owns one of the three units of the Lamborghini Veneno hyper-car ever made. Just like the other two owners of the Veneno, one in US and the other in the Middle East, Singh paid a deposit of $ 4 million even before the car was showed to him during the model’s world debut.
Giving company to the Veneno and the brand new Agera XS is a Lamborghini Aventador 50th Anniversary Roadster that’s finished in Verde Singh, a custom green paint-job that was specifically created for him by the Italian manufacturer. Also seen in the garage is the one-off Pagani Huayra La Monza Lisa edition with its exposed carbon-fibre bodywork.
Following is an image gallery of the Koenigsegg Agera XS: