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VIDEO: Watch These Hypercars Go Head To Head

Bugatti Veyron and Koenigsegg Agera S battle it out

Toni Avery
Jun 7, 2013

Watching two of the world's most incredible hypercars never gets old. What's more, getting taken inside both for a ride-now that's awesome. follow along as these two cars go head to head.

The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 (1,001hp quad turbocharged) went head-to-head with the Koenigsegg Agera S Hundra (1,040hp twin turbocharged) in a video consisting of rolling starts and flat out runs. While the Bugatti may be a luxury hypercar, the Koenigsegg is more of a luxury racecar for the street.

The Agera S pretty much obliterates the Veyron in every way. But don't take our word for it, watch the video for yourself and decide which of these hypercars is truly worth the title. Don't worry about fast forwarding the video, we've broken up all the must see action in segments. Check out the best parts of the video below!

Here's the breakdown of the video highlights:

  • 18:50 first rolling start
  • 19:50 second rolling start
  • 20:40 third rolling start
  • 21:44 fourth rolling start
  • 22:07 occupant's comment about the Agera S' speed
  • 24:17 first full race and outside car view
  • 24:44 second race
  • 25:05 third race (the only time Bugatti appears ahead, but watch closely)
  • By Toni Avery
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