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Koenigsegg Agera RS Beats Bugatti’s 0-400kmph Record

Koenigsegg Agera RS

Koenigsegg Agera RS took around 36.44 seconds to complete the 0-400kmph, which is about 8 seconds less than Chiron’s recorded time.

If you thought Chiron is the fastest car available globally, here is something that may interest you. As per Swedish car giant Koenigsegg, its supercar Agera RS has beaten Chiron to be the fastest car in the world with the ability to achieve the 0-400-0 km/h in less time than Chiron. According to Koenigsegg, it took Agera RS around 36.44 seconds to complete the stint, which is about 8 seconds less than Chiron’s recorded time. Koenigsegg’s factory driver, Niklas Lilija drove the Agera RS at Vandel Airfield in Denmark when the new record was established.

It took Agera RS around 26.88 seconds to attain 400km/h mark over 1,958 meters distance, whereas the deceleration time was about 9.56 seconds over 483 meters. In total, the 0-400-o stint was covered over 2,441 meters distance.  One must note that the top speed achieved during the entire run was around 403km/h before deceleration started and the entire run from 0-403-0km/h took about 37.28 seconds over 2,535 meters of total distance. Also See – 10 Fastest Cars In The World

The supercar from Koenigsegg derives power from the twin turbo V8 engine that comes with the One:1 package. In terms of power, it puts out 1,360hp against 1,371Nm torque. Also See – Bentley Continental Supersports – The Most Powerful & Fastest Production Car

Commenting on the record, Christian Von Koenigsegg, Founder and CEO, Koenigsegg Automotive AB, said, “It makes me so proud, so happy and excited to see what we have achieved as a team with the Agera RS. A result like this does not just happen. It may have only taken a few hours of driving to complete this run, but we cannot overlook all of the work that went into creating the car in the first place. Building these cars takes everything we have. We give it our all, every day of every week. Without this commitment to excellence, we would not be worthy of either the result or the reward.”

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