- Koenigsegg have set an even faster time, achieving 0-400KMH-0!

Koenigsegg Set An Even Faster Time Of 0-400-0KMH!

The Swedish Manufacturer Sets Another World Record!

3y ago

Koenigsegg have recently set a record for the World's fastest production car in Nevada. The Swedish Manufacturer gained permission to close a 10 mile stretch of highway in Nevada to stretch the legs of their Agera RS model. The car achieved a whopping 277.9MPH in the run, topping the previous record held by the Bugatti Veyron.

It appears that while attempted to break this record, the Swedish Manufacturer also managed to top their previous record of 0-400-0KMH (0-249-0MPH). Previously, Koenigsegg achieved a time of 36.44 seconds in another Agera RS, beating the Bugatti Chiron's time of 41.96 seconds. Koenigsegg used a different Agera RS model this time in Nevada, and managed to set a quicker time of 33.29 seconds, setting the record yet again!

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Comments (8)

  • I am quite shure it is the same RS used for this record in nevada, as it was used for the first record in denmark. The differense is the better tarmac.

      3 years ago
  • How does a Agera Rs with a One engine count as a standard production car if the others still have the 1170hp RS engines in them?

      3 years ago
    • It is an standard option on the RS model. Same as you can choose engine in most ordinary cars.

        3 years ago
    • I went online checked out Koenigsegg's website. They have a highly detailed page for each car and it's options. The one engine is not optional. They say the Agera S and RS have 1160hp. The RS has optional One:1 functional dynamic chassis or...

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        3 years ago
  • Note the car shake under breaking

      3 years ago
    • Did you notice that the car was also shaking right before 400 as well. That usually happens at those speed considering that the road isn't perfectly flat.

        3 years ago
  • this 0-440-0 thing is almost starting to get mainstream now. What time do we live in?

    Btw Awesome job. Well done.

      3 years ago