The 1,185-horsepower Koenigsegg Agera R costs $2 million. Still, those who enter the seven-figure club are known to spend far more than mere MSRP because they can't risk their multimillion-dollar car being just like someone else's multimillion-dollar car. That's why Koenigsegg has a customization division called BLT. We don't know what that stands for, but are fairly certain it has nothing to do with delicious sandwiches.
To showcase the level of available customization, we present this Koenigsegg Agera R BLT. Built for a customer in China, its carbon body is tinted blue and set off with red pinstriping. Inside, there's lots of blue leather and blue cross-stitching to go with "many other unique features chosen by its owner."
We love the bodywork, but for a company that charges $28,000 for a Thule rooftop cargo box and $11,700 for winter wheels and tires for the Agera R, the price for this kind of personalization must be stupefying.
love the blue carbon since I saw it on a Bugatti super sport. The Koeniggsegg is an amazing car but nobody knows about the car.
2010 LEXUS ISF / F Sport rear Sway Bar / Michelin PSS
The ISF......The perfect car for an enthusiast. It can be driven to the track, run hard all day , and then transport me hundreds of miles home in luxury and comfort to pick up the wife for dinner and a movie....
Instead of regurgitating the performance numbers for the Koenigsegg Agera R, weíll limit ourselves to saying itís impossible to stretch its legs anywhere but on the autobahn.
Thatís the only place where you can even dream of getting close to the carís top speed of 420 km/h or 261 mph.
By the looks of it, it doesnít need all that much room to get close to its peak speed, as it takes mere seconds for it to reach 340 km/h / 211 mph in the video below. It doesnít accelerate from a standstill, but even from 200 km/h / 124 mph, itís mind-bendingly fast.
Itís clearly pulling some mad longitudinal g-forces under hard acceleration, even from a rolling start Ė you can see the two occupants being pushed back into their seats and the camera rock back with the motion.