Koenigsegg Agera RS Takes over Bugatti in the Race of Hypercars

The fight for hypercar matchless quality is certainly hotting up and with the Chiron and the Venom F5 still to test, it’ll be intriguing to see Koenigsegg can clutch this record. The universe of autos has another best trump after the Koenigsegg Agera RS crushed the record for the world’s quickest production automobile. The Swedish auto producer grabbed the crown off French powerhouse Bugatti on Saturday with two rankling speed keeps running down an expressway in Nevada. The Agera RS timed a normal speed of 277.9mph over the two runs, effectively beating the 2010 record of 267.8mph that was set by a Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.

Koenigsegg Registers the Speed of 249 mph in 36 Seconds

In front of that in any case, Koenigsegg has sent a solid message to all auto organizations throughout the end of the week with the Agera RS. On a shut extend of the Nevada expressway the Agera RS hit 285mph, with a normal speed of 277.9mph after the two-way normal was taken. Already Bugatti Veyron Super Sport the world record held the world record by which checked at 269.86mph in year 2010. Driving the auto was Niklas Lilja, who guaranteed the 0-249-0mph record from Bugatti half a month ago. The processing plant spec Agera RS he was driving has a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 motor which results in 1,360bhp, 1,011 lb ft of torque.