Koenigsegg’s Agera RS is Scheduled for Delivery in 2017
The Limited Edition Agera RS premiered at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March 2015.
Agera RS. chassis #7118 is finished in vibrant Yellow with clear carbon striping and bright Red accents on the front splitter, winglets, side skirts and rear diffusor.
The interior combines Black leather with contrasting Yellow piping and stitching.
Factory told us that the standard features on the HyperSupercar include:
Safety: dual airbags, adjustable sculpted aluminum pedals, adjustable steering column, carbon ceramic brakes with Sport ABS, Koenigsegg Electronic Stability Control (KES) with 3 mode settings, front/rear hydraulic lifting system, tire monitoring system
Convenience: power windows, power steering, satellite navigation, LifePo4 battery, audio system with USB connectivity, Bluetooth telephone control, climate control, alarm
Experience: detachable and stowable hardtop with lightweight roof, leather interior with Agera style stitching, carbon fiber sport seats with memory foam, digital warning and information system with inbuilt G sensor, Koenigsegg shield key fob, roof storage bag, car cover and Koenigsegg
Power and Control: The Agera RS features Koenigsegg’s potent 5.0 litre 32-valve V8 engine with multipoint fuel injection controlled by engine management technology developed in-house at Koenigsegg. Boost is provided by twin ceramic ball bearing turbochargers, a patented backpressure reductionsystem and variable turbo geometry producing 1.3 bar of boost pressure. The engine produces a staggering 1160hp at 7800rpm (232hp per liter of displacement) and 1280Nm of torque on 95 RON fuel.
Power is delivered via a 7-speed sequential transmission built to Koenigsegg specifications by CIMA, the world’s preeminent gearbox developer and a supplier to Formula 1 teams since Y 1957. Both the transmission and differential are controlled by software developed in-house by Koenigsegg.
The Agera RS’s suspension starts with our super-stiff carbon fiber monocoque with integrated fuel tank. Weighing in at just 72kg, the monocoque has an industry-leading 65,000Nm per degree of torsional rigidity. This stiffness allows Koenigsegg’s suspension the independence it
needs to keep the car’s extraordinary power to the ground.
The suspension system includes double wishbones front and rear, with electronically adjustable gas-hydraulic dampers made for Koenigsegg by Ohlins of Sweden. Together with Koenigsegg’s patented Triplex suspension, this allows the Agera RS to pull up to 1.75 lateral G. Power is nothing without Control.
Agera RS Success: The Agera RS is an Limited Edition of 25 cars. The 25th and final car of the series was sold in January 2016, just 10 months after release, making the Agera RS the fastest selling model in Koenigsegg history.
The final Agera RS is scheduled for completion and delivery in Y 2017.
The deliver price is said to be US$4.8-M
For more information click here: http://koenigsegg.com/agera-rs/
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