Hypercars are the ultimate dreams of the auto enthusiasts around the world. Now, one more beastly beauty is queuing up, as the Swedish car maker Koenigsegg is bracing up to replace its famed Agera RS, which is the fastest production car in the world till date. Koenigsegg has gone ahead a released a teaser image of this new hypercar. The new Koenigsegg hypercar will be having its world premiere at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The Swedish automaker offered an exclusive glimpse of what its new hypercar would be like to only a handful of people in Australia.
The successor of the Koenigsegg Agera RS will definitely wear the crown of being the new fastest production car in the world, and is expected to be even faster than Agera RS. Although the name of the upcoming new Koenigsegg hypercar is not known as yet, it is known that it will be boasting of bespoke wheels from a tyre manufacturing major, but again the tyre brand name has not been disclosed.
As far as the teaser image of Koenigsegg hypercar is concerned, the company has teased only the rear design of the Agera RS successor, and it looks like only the outlines of the official sketch of the rear facade of the hypercar. What can be made out of the teaser image is the car’s massive wing. However, it is also known that the new upcoming Agera RS successor will be flaunting a Targa roof and the patent doors. It is too early to comment anything on the design details of the new Koenigsegg hypercar, until the car maker actually releases more teasers of the upcoming hypercar.
When the under the hood specs of the Koenigsegg Agera RS replacement are concerned, nothing concrete is known as yet and it is too early to comment of it. However, in a recent interview, the Founder of the Koenigsegg brand, Christian Von Koenigsegg revealed to the media that the company’s new upcoming hypercar will be gaining a minimum of 20 - 30 bhp, if not more. The car will also shedding a couple of kilos to in order to become more aerodynamic and agile, he added by saying. He also revealed that the new power mammoth hypercar will be coming with a regular paddle-shift transmission gearbox instead of the Regera's Direct Drive transmission gearbox.
Koenigsegg broke Bugatti Chiron hypercar's record last year by claiming to do the massive 0 to 400 kmph and back to standstill position in just 41.96 seconds. The Koenigsegg Agera RS broke the record by doing the same speed sprint in just 36.44 seconds. The Agera RS also did the standstill to 400 kmph run in only 26.88 seconds as against Bugatti’s time of 32.6 seconds to do the sprint.
Bugatti replaced the iconic Veyron hypercar with the new Chiron in 2017. Thus, Koenigsegg is also readying its Agera RS replacement. Now, as the Agera RS has already broken the Chiron’s speed records, we can’t wait to know how the new Koenigsegg hypercar will beat the feats of its predecessor Agera RS. All we know is that it will be the world’s fastest production car and it will be aiming to hit the top speed of 482 kmph on public roads.