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Koenigsegg Agera Final Editions named Thor and Vader

Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Thor and Vader
  • Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Thor
  • Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Thor_2
  • Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Vader
  • Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Thor and Vader
  • Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Thor
  • Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Thor_2
  • Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Vader
  • Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Thor and Vader

The production of Koenigsegg Agera has come to an end, with the two Final Edition cars individually named ‘Thor’ and ‘Vader’. The two cars will be shipped to UK shortly, to attend the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed.

The last two cars are a part of the three-car Agera Final series that was announced back in March 2016. Apparently, they’ve been collectively named as ‘Final Edition’ cars by their owners. The final cars are based on the Agera RS and all the options are offered to owners at no additional cost, including the development of bespoke aerodynamic elements.

The Thor is finished in two-tone clear carbon with diamond flakes in select sections of the paintwork. The body features a large LeMans-style central fin for high-speed stability as well as Koenigsegg’s active aerodynamic elements.

Koenigsegg Agera Final Edition Vader

The Vader is finished in clear carbon with diamond flakes. It features two small rear winglets, and highlights are finished in white gold leaf. The large rear spoiler is supported by strakes with bespoke cutouts that reveal the skeleton supporting the function of the active rear wing.

Both cars incorporate custom-designed front winglets, enlarged front and rear spoilers and the 1 MW engine upgrade.

The Agera line has been Koenigsegg’s longest-lived model range, spanning from 2010 to 2018. It marked Koenigsegg’s change from supercharging to turbocharging, giving rise to the 1,360 hp ‘megawatt’ engine first used in the One:1.

The range also inspired the development of Koenigsegg’s unique Triplex suspension system, numerous aerodynamic advances and the Aircore hollow-spoke carbonfibre wheel.

In October 2017, Agera RS took the 0-400-0 challenge, beating the Chiron. The car also beat the top speed world record in November 2017.

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