, 2022-12-26 14:30:00,
When it comes to building supercars, Koenigsegg is one of the most notable companies in the world. Back in the 90s, Christian von Koenigsegg, the founder first introduced a prototype car called the Koenigsegg CC to the automotive world.
Initially, this prototype was tested with an Audi V8 engine in 1996. Later on, Koenigsegg switched the engine to a Flat-12 race engine but eventually, the manufacturer of this engine went bankrupt and left Koenigsegg with one option, to build their engines from scratch.
Considering that at the time, Koenigsegg was just a small company with big dreams, it was pretty unusual that they could actually pull through building an engine and also a transmission all on their own.
Finally, in 2006, Koenigsegg introduced the all-new 2006 CCX model that was developed to use on the road. For that to happen, the CCX had to go through many developments, so it could meet the safety standards.
Although the all-new Koenigsegg Jesko is engineered way better and has much more pure power, the Agera R achieved nearly the same performance as the Jesko.
After having huge success with previous models, Koenigsegg introduced their new Agera R model in 2011. Without further ado, let’s see How the Agera R broke records during its production.
The Agera R Came With A Monstrous 5.0L V8
Since the beginning of Koenigsegg’s foundation, all that…
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