To go with all the added juice, Koenigsegg has fitted active suspension and aerodynamic aids that use satellite information to adjust itself to the road and track conditions. Koenigsegg even 3D printed the turbo housings and titanium exhaust system to save weight. As a result, the Agera One:1 can corner at two g-forces and reach a theoretical top speed of 440 kilometers per hour. That's equivalent to 273 miles per hour, faster than the 431 km/h (268 mph) top speed clocked by the 1,200-horsepower Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.
So, how much would owning the world's first megacar cost you? We dare not ask, and Koenigsegg isn't saying. It pre-sold the only examples it will make before the car was officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show earlier in March.