The Koenigsegg Agera RS was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 2015.

25 cars will be built in the Agera RS series. 10 of those cars were pre-sold before the first showing and only a handful remain unsold right now. We expect those remaining orders to be filled very soon. Four RS’s are complete as I write this. Another six cars are on the production line with more waiting to start. In fact, with the combination of Agera RS and Regera orders that we have on our books right now, the Koenigsegg factory is booked out for the next two years!

About Build #128

The seventh car to join the production line is chassis #128 and the owner of this car has given us permission to follow his car’s build on this website, from start to finish! This is going to be an epic build story taking place over six months or so, with as much detail as I’m allowed to show you.

It’s also an important build because chassis #128 is going to be the first RS build that’s fully homologated and road-legal for the United States of America.

The USA has not been a huge market for Koenigsegg in historical terms – the vast majority of our cars are sold to Europe, the Middle East and Asia – but the USA is a market we are dedicating more time to with the release of the Agera RS and the forthcoming Regera. Gaining US homologation is a complex and expensive process that has to be re-done with each new model variant, but it’s one we committed ourselves to some time ago.

We will introduce you to our #Build128 customer later in the piece and he’ll share more about the way he’s specified the car and why. Every Koenigsegg car is hand-made in our factory in Ängelholm and every Koenigsegg order is just as much a personal process. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this one.


About the Agera RS

The Agera RS follows hot on the heels of the groundbreaking Koenigsegg One:1, taking much of what we learned from designing the One:1 and applying it to the Agera R and Agera S models that preceded it. At 1395kg curb weight, the Agera RS is lighter than either the Agera R (1435kg) and Agera S (1415kg). It has more power, up from 1030hp in the Agera S to an incredible 1160hp on regular fuel. Aerodynamics are improved, with new sideskirts, front splitter, front winglets, hydraulic ride height adjustment, fully active rear wing and and under-body flaps.

The Agera RS has been designed as a road-legal car with a track focus. The acceleration is blistering but as always with Koenigsegg, it’s not just about straight line speed. The Agera RS will pull up to 1.75G in the corners thanks to our Triplex suspension, Michelin tyres and aerodynamic upgrades, including a new rear deck spoiler that provides over 450kg of downforce at 250km/h.

Owners get all of this world-beating performance, plus our usual full complement of luxury and convenience appointments. Koenigsegg is still the only hypercar manufacturer in the world to offer a removable roof as standard equipment on every car we build. All cars have custom-made interiors featuring our client’s choice of materials as well as the full suite of electronic aides and entertainment options.

Not much has been written about the Agera RS since Geneva and there are two primary reasons for that. First, we had a summer full of events with the Koenigsegg One:1 – our record-setting runs at Suzuka and Spa, our 0-300-0km/h sprint and events at Goodwood, Monterey and with Castrol. Secondly, all the RSs we’ve built so far have gone to customers rather than into a press fleet, which is why you haven’t seen much of it in magazines, etc.

The #Build128 project will continue until the car is delivered mid-2016. You can follow our progress here on the Koenigsegg website, or on our social channels via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Photos of Agera RS #120 by @OskarBakke. Top Photo with assistance from @kopterframes



  1. Comment by Boosted Boris

    Boosted Boris November 24, 2015 at 17:10

    Just another reason why you have such a hardcode CARmradery. Thank you!

  2. Comment by Dani Ade (@daniel_adeyemo)

    Dani Ade (@daniel_adeyemo) November 24, 2015 at 17:39

    That’s amazing. Mr Koenigsegg should make a movie about his car company while he is still alive. To show all the achievements and records that Koenigsegg have been able to accomplish in its short life. It’s amazing.
    I’d love to see a movie about Koenigsegg apart from megafactories.

  3. Comment by Åke J

    Åke J November 24, 2015 at 18:01

    A great Christmas present – thanks!

    • Comment by Prius of the nurburgring

      Prius of the nurburgring December 3, 2015 at 02:09

      Hes only 44 years old, you make him sound 85, although id love to see a movie

  4. Comment by Kris Singh

    Kris Singh November 24, 2015 at 18:13

    Subscribed!! This is going to be very exciting to watch!!

    • Comment by Thom Zandbergen

      Thom Zandbergen November 25, 2015 at 07:51

      Hi sir, is it yours 😉

    • Comment by Robert

      Robert November 25, 2015 at 15:48

      Hi Kris
      How are your Monza Lisa and Veneno doing?☺

    • Comment by Riley Timmerman

      Riley Timmerman December 2, 2015 at 18:17

      I <3 you

  5. Comment by Heikki

    Heikki November 24, 2015 at 19:03

    This will be very interesting to read: thank you!

  6. Comment by Ali Mahfooz

    Ali Mahfooz November 24, 2015 at 19:33

    I hope there will be videos of the build as well just like /Drive made few months ago.

  7. Comment by Jonsey

    Jonsey November 24, 2015 at 22:07

    Where are these pictures taken? I’ll bet ya a fiver it’s in Förslöv 😉

    • Comment by Steven Wade

      Steven Wade November 25, 2015 at 05:51

      If I took that bet I’d be down a fiver 🙂

      Beautiful piece of road.

    • Comment by John Silver

      John Silver November 25, 2015 at 09:05


  8. Comment by Leonardo V de Anda

    Leonardo V de Anda November 25, 2015 at 01:38

    is it manny khoshbin?

  9. Comment by Colton

    Colton November 25, 2015 at 03:47

    I love Koenigsegg but I just wondering if the customers can be able to get a One:1 although they’re sold out but pay extra to have one of their own

    • Comment by Steven Wade

      Steven Wade November 25, 2015 at 05:53

      No. The One:1 is done.

      Customers can get a One:1 engine upgrade for their car, which will give them extra power. The One:1 had a lot of bespoke carbonfibre layup as well, however, and this is something we can’t retrofit (without taking the car to pieces completely) and therefore don’t offer.

  10. Comment by rodrigo

    rodrigo November 25, 2015 at 11:19

    otra obra de arte…bellisimo!!!

  11. Comment by ROB SKOKOS

    ROB SKOKOS November 25, 2015 at 19:37

    Is it Canyon Club certified??

  12. Comment by matt

    matt November 27, 2015 at 16:10

    Thats so awesome!!! Looks like a sweet build… Based on the specs and how I would drive it if I had the money i would not worry about it being registered! but thats just me 🙂

  13. Comment by Autowire

    Autowire November 27, 2015 at 17:28

    Loved the article on the Holy Trinity. Sweet comparison! The figures are quiet unbelievable though, some three seconds gap between the One:1 and the LaFerrari for the 0-300 km/h sprint. Hell, can’t imagine what that must feel like.

  14. Comment by George Lekkas

    George Lekkas November 30, 2015 at 05:17

    So If I am not mistaken, the best options right now are either a Regera or an Agera RS with the One:1 engine. The latter will go from 0 – 300 km/h in under 12 seconds, if the engine still makes 1360 horsepower. On the other hand, Regera should be even quicker… Right?

  15. Comment by Adi

    Adi December 1, 2015 at 16:42

    Great blog Steven I read it al the time.
    I want to work at Koenigsegg when I grow up

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