Meet Thor And Vader, The Final Edition Koenigsegg Ageras
The end of a glorious chapter!
Koenigsegg are about to finish the production of their world record setting hypercar. After delivering more than 50 Ageras including the One:1 and RS, it was revealed that the Swedish hypercar company would give a send off to the Agera line by building two Final Edition versions. Now thanks to the owners of these Final Editions, we have a sneak-peek of these two unicorns.
These final two cars have been christened as 'THOR' and 'VADER' by their respective owners. The THOR will be owned by none other than famed hypercar collector @dan_am_i. After taking delivery of the first Regera and another special edition Agera RS 'DRAKEN', Dan is looking forward to receiving the final Agera. From the images posted by him on his Instagram, it appears that the THOR will be wearing various unique components. The most noticeable additional part is the new shark fin atop the rear engine decklid. This feature has never before been seen on any other Koenigsegg.
Who is excited for these cars?
Apart from this fin, the THOR as well as the VADER will be equipped with Koenigseggs trademark rear wing which has been previously spotted on the two Agera XSs. This wing is the enlarged version of the One:1 rear wing and it is also the biggest wing ever placed on any Koenigsegg. Word is being spread around that the THOR could be finished in white exposed carbon with exposed black carbon sections in the centre and above the headlights. The signature white carbon was last seen on the CCXR Trevitas.
The other and the first car from the Final Edition was recently revealed by its owner on his Instagram profile. @x_marc_the_spot who already owns several hypercars including Huayra Coupe and Huayra BC revealed the render image of his car which will be called as the 'VADER'. So far we have seen only one image of this 'Egg and it seems this one won't be equipped with the shark fin like the one on THOR. This means the THOR will truly be a unique 1 of 1 Koenigsegg. The VADER on the other side seems to finished in a darker shade but it won't be wrong to speculate that this will be wearing a full black theme if it wants to do justice to its name.
Unfortunately, all these images are in black and white so we can't really confirm on their final colours and additional specs. So stay tuned to find out more about these cars!