Today at the Ängelholm proving ground in Sweden, Koenigsegg with their new Agera R set several new production car world records for acceleration and retardation. The new times set by the Agera R are:

0-300km/h = 14.53sec

0-200mph = 17.68sec

300-0km/h = 6.66sec

200-0mph = 7.28sec

0-300-0km/h = 21.19sec

0-200-0mp/h = 24.96sec

All the data from the runs was collected by a third party on the officially accepted Racelogic VBox performance recorder, and is being submitted to the Guinness Book of World Records. The test track is completely flat and the weather during the run was that the wind was coming across the track at a strength of 9knts, therefore not giving the car a head or tail wind. The temperature was 15.4 degrees with an air pressure reading of 1015hpa.

The Agera R in question is now on it’s way to Singapore and will be present at the the FIA Formula 1 World Championship race on September 25th.

Koenigsegg Agera R at Geneva 2011

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  1. Sick times! I mean my car needs more than 15 secs to 100 km/h and that Koenigsegg will drive faster than 300km/h when it passes 15 secs of acceleration. Mad!
    I love it :D


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