Koenigsegg Hundra details, pictures and video

Koenigsegg has revealed a special edition version of the Agera S at Geneva, simply called 'Hundra'

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Koenigsegg has revealed a special version of the 1016bhp Agera S at the Geneva motor show, called the Hundra, to celebrate the fact that it is the 100th car to leave the Swedish supercar builder’s Angelholm production line.

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The Agera S is powered by the same 5.0-litre twin-turbo V8 as the Agera R, however, this version has been tuned to run on more readily-available unleaded petrol, in countries where E85 or more potent E100 biofuel isn’t available.

Like other Ageras, the S is almost completely carbon fibre – but this particular car has been lined with 24 carat gold leaf inlays, all done by hand. The Hundra – Swedish for ‘100’ – has already been sold to a collector in Hong Kong for $ 1.6m, and is a one-off. See the video below:

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