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Koenigsegg Agera Interiour and LED-lights Teaser

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Koenigsegg Agera: 910 HP to be presented in Geneva March 2010
http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/koenigsegg-forum-koenigseggboard-com/15281 8-koenigsegg-agera-presented-geneva-2010-910-hp.html#post1760431 "Agera, the the Swedish word "to act" has been chosen as the name for Koenigsegg's latest creation, as it symbolizes the Koenigsegg philosophy well. Our aim is always to strive forward, to seek challenges beyond limitations. Our new supercar the Koenigsegg Agera is an outcome of that creative process and its functions respond very well to the given name. When we believe in something, we do it. We act, the car has to act, when commanded to unleash its performance, forcefully and flawlessly. The development of the Agera has been evolutionary, following the Koenigsegg tradition of continuous improvements, by honing and perfecting the end result, all based on previous experience and innovative mindsets. The focus when developing the Koenigsegg Agera was to maximize the driving experience, cornering speed, braking and adaptability. It features the latest in braking technology, incorporating an adjustable ABS system, 392x36 and 380x34 ventilated and drilled ceramic discs, for unparalleled braking performance and zero fading regardless of track or road use. Thanks to optimizing breathing and twin turbo, power is now 910hp running on regular petrol. Torque is maximum 1100nm and is reached at 5100rpm. There is over 1000nm torque available from 2680 to 6100rpm. It also features a new traction control system, the fastest in the industry, with auto adapt functionality for different road conditions, driving styles as well as several manual settings. Koenigsegg has also developed a new type of interior illumination, which is a worlds first in the car industry - Ghost light. The illumination shines through the billet aluminium buttons and surfaces by way of invisible nano tubes, creating excellent visibility of the symbols, as well as a very clean and stylish appearance, framed by an all new carbon fiber center console and tunnel assembly. The driver can easily select the information he/ she wants displayed in front of him/ her, on the all new multi-info cluster combined with the upgraded infotainment display, ranging from basic functionality, to G force meter, Sat-nav, music, lap-timer or compasses - to best suit the current driving conditions. Further more the interior features the new Koenigsegg Agera stitching and seams, wich gives an beautiful interior. The Koenigsegg Agera was created to maintain Koenigsegg's position as one of the most engaging top performance supercars existing today on the planet and the the near future. Still maintaining the largest luggage space in the industry and the novel Koenigsegg doors and detachable/ stow able hardtop, that really makes all Koenigsegg supercars stand out. The Koenigsegg Agera will be produced in parallel to the Award winning CCX and CCXR models. This gives Koenigsegg the ability to live up to our customers varying, wishes and demands. The Agera pre-production Geneva show car will be put through extensive testing for the coming six months prior to the production car launch of the Agera." Koenigsegg Agera: 910 HP to be presented in Geneva March 2010. Do notice the "Scuderia style" shields in the colours of Sweden's flag: blue and yellow. This also goes in the interiourdesign,





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2015 Koenigsegg One:1 Twin-Turbocharged 5.1-Liter V-8 Engine Cutaway Performance
2015 Koenigsegg One:1 Twin-turbocharged 5.1-Liter V-8 Engine Cutaway Performance Just sitting in the passenger seat of the Koenigsegg One:1 (we explain the silly name later) as it attacks a wet runway is, in terms of spiked adrenaline, somewhere between a solo sky dive and being chased by a bull while running in red pants. But as the man from the factory demonstrates, even in the sodden conditions we’ve found waiting for us in Sweden, the world’s fastest car can still be easily controlled. Or so it seemed. It’s been raining all day, and the One:1 is struggling to put its monstrous power onto the slick surface of the former airbase that serves as Koenigsegg’s test track. The engine is bellowing and the car squirming and sliding as the twin-turbocharged V-8 comes on Boost. Even with the stability control switched on and working overtime, it’s struggling to find grip. Running on regular pump gasoline means around 1161 horsepower; 1341 horses and 1011 pound-feet come when it’s fueled with E85. But either way, that’s vastly more twist than the rear Michelins can deliver to the soaked tarmac. Glancing across at the instrument display, I can see that the wheels only stop trying to spin as we pass 125 mph, when serious aerodynamic downforce starts to push the car into the track. For a couple of heartbeats, we experience the full, brutal acceleration of a car that makes a steam catapult look underpowered. And then, with a jarring suddenness, the car snaps sideways, and, although the runway is still arriving at an undiminished rate, it’s now coming at the passenger window. A look across the cockpit confirms that this isn’t part of the show; our driver’s face makes it clear that we’re having an unscripted moment in a $2.8 million hypercar. He briefly holds the slide, and then there’s the sensation of momentum shifting, the pendulum swinging back. There isn’t enough opposite lock in the world to catch this one, and sideways becomes backwards toward the edge of the runway. There’s time aplenty to frame a couple of thoughts. First, and most pressingly, I wonder what will happen if we finish upside down in a car with scissor-hinged doors. Second, and more incongruously, I observe that the grounds-keeping standards have really slipped since the Swedish air force vacated this place 12 years ago. As the edge of the runway approaches, it seems to be made up more of stuff than space: bush, gap, tree, gap, bush, gap, and so on, rushing past like the repeating background in a Hanna-Barbera cartoon. We’re lucky. We leave the runway through one of the gaps, threading a line between two substantial bushes 50 yards apart at such an angle that we almost hit both. The car comes to rest after another half-rotation, right side up and having encountered nothing harder than scythed grass as it spins to a stop. The cabin is filled with exhaled breath, swearwords in two languages, and nervous laughter. And now it’s my turn to drive. Let’s start with the name, which is meant to be pronounced as a ratio, as in “one-to-one,” rather than “one-one.” It refers to both the car’s metric power output of one megawatt (or 1341 horsepower, when running on that E85 alcohol-gasoline blend) and its perfectly balanced power-to-metric-weight ratio. As in, 1.0 kilogram to 1.0 PS (or Pferdestarke, which equals 0.986 horsepower). Did we mention that geeks built this car? Its other claimed numbers read like a fanboy fantasy, too. It’ll go from a dead stop to 250 mph in 20 seconds, reach a 273-mph top speed, and generate 1345 pounds of downforce at 160 mph. Yet it’s real. Koenigsegg has made it, and we’ve been invited to the factory in Ängelholm in southern Sweden to drive it. In the little jewelry box that is its market, Koenigsegg has become a major player. Only seven One:1s will be made, with four going to Asia, two to Europe, and one to the U.S., where its owner will only be able to use it under the federal “show and display” ­regulation. Engine (FIG.1): Tuned version of the V-8 already fitted to the 1140-hp Agera R. The company says it designed this engine to make 1500 horses and then wound it back to improve drivability. Can run on regular gas, E85, or high-octane race fuel. Has variable-geometry turbochargers, ceramic-coated Exhaust headers, and a carbon-fiber intake manifold.Transaxle: Automated-manual transaxle features a secondary hydraulically controlled clutch at the rear of the input shaft to act as a brake during upshifts, helping the synchro cones engage more quickly. Gives a claimed 0.06-second shift time. Features an electronically controlled locking differential. The whole unit weighs just 172 pounds.





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Koenigsegg Agera - Revs, Walkaround, Startup, Track Scenes
The incredible new Koenigsegg Agera is shown with some camera angles inside and out before the engine is fired up and a few revs let out. The car is then shown in some driving scenes on the track at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2010. Shot on a Sony CX520 in FullHD and uploaded in 1080p. Don't forget to check out my blog at http://www.shmee150.co.uk - videos/pics/news of all things cars! Like Shmee150 on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Shmee150 All feedback on my videos is appreciated! Thanks for watching, Tim (Shmee150)





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Koenigsegg Agera Preview!
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