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2013 Geneva Motor Show - Koenigsegg Agera S Hundra

Greg Emmerson
Mar 8, 2013
Koenigsegg agera s hundra front right Photo 1/5   |   koenigsegg agera s hundra

There may never be another show as awash with hypercars as Geneva 2013, and whilst the latest and greatest from Ferrari & Mclaren may have stolen most of the headlines, the tiny Swedish maker brought a special edition Agera S named 'Hundra' to celebrate the production of their 100th car (told you they were tiny - Koenigsegg seem to have been around for ages). Whilst bare carbon & gold flakes may not tick any boxes for originality, there's no denying the visual impact - it looked fabulous, every inch the match for the rest of the £1m+ hypercar elite.

It differs little from the Agera S on which it's based, which is to say performance is off the scale (1030bhp / 0-124mph 7.8secs) whilst the rest of the package is beautifully engineered to cope with the ridiculous power output. Special touches for this car extend to "Aircore" wheels - hollow carbonfibre, 20kg less than the forged alloy items - beautiful bare carbon finish, and gold inlay detailing inside & out. No details on whether this car will (ever) be sold but you can specify your Agera any which way....

Koenigsegg agera s hundra right view Photo 2/5   |   koenigsegg agera s hundra
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