The last Agera RS has rolled off the Koenigsegg production line.

The Agera RS has become an icon, one of the true stars in the automotive galaxy and a car assured of its place in history. It leaves our production line as the owner of five world speed records, a car offering performance and usability unmatched by any other.

To those who managed to order one of the 25 cars, we thank you for your trust in our vision and brand, and we congratulate you on your foresight, your acumen, and your truly unique car.

As with the One:1 program, there was a factory Agera RS built, which has now also been sold and delivered to an esteemed long term Koenigsegg collector now that the RS program is complete.

In addition, and as previously reported, a replacement car for the damaged Agera RS β€˜Gryphon’ has been built. This was the final RS to roll off our production line, just days ago.

With the RS series complete, the Agera line has two more cars to be built and delivered – two Final Edition vehicles. The Final Edition series debuted at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show with the appearance of the One of One (below). The two super-bespoke Final Editions nearing the end of production right now will complete that series of three vehicles – and the Agera line of vehicles as a whole.

In some ways, the departure of the Agera RS from our production line has a tinge of sadness to it. The car has been a fundamental part of all our lives for the last three years. It emerged from the shadow of the One:1 to become a world-beater and is still extremely sought-after, given the icon it has become.

Moving on is a good thing. Perfection is a moving target, after all.

Our focus now shifts 100% to the Regeras that have been filling up our production line for the last few months and as you might have seen, several have already been finished. We are extremely excited to finally give our customers the full Regera experience, and to see these unique and wonderful cars hit the road around the world.

9 comments

  1. Comment by Anders K

    Anders K April 5, 2018 at 16:39

    Why do you not claim fastest convertible title from the Bug Vitesse?

  2. Comment by Robert

    Robert April 8, 2018 at 21:05

    Hi
    When will we see a successor of the agera?

    • Comment by Magnus

      Magnus April 21, 2018 at 07:09

      The successor to the Agera will be unveiled at the Geneva auto show 2019.

  3. Comment by Robban

    Robban April 11, 2018 at 16:11

    Freevalve twinturbo V12 for the Ageras successor?

  4. Comment by Krister Knutars

    Krister Knutars April 13, 2018 at 17:20

    The world is eagerly awaiting to find out what the the innovative and engineering brilliance of Koenigsegg will bring forth at the next level. You’ve surpassed every rival in the industry; the only one you can surpass now is Koenigsegg. Challenge Accepted?

    Koenigsegg has, rightfully so, earned it’s own weight in respect for all the devotion, dedication and hard work invested in the products. You youngsters have put time honored competitors to shame like it’s nobody’s business. I want to thank you all, from the janitor to Mr K himself, for a great show so far. It has been truly epic entertainment. Can’t wait for the next episode πŸ˜‚

  5. Comment by Chris Catto

    Chris Catto April 14, 2018 at 21:16

    nice to see the cars at the Geneva 2018 show. And great work on the first Regera deliveries.

  6. Comment by Donald

    Donald April 18, 2018 at 06:41

    Well done guys and gals, what a journey its been so far and cannot wait to see what the future holds. Oh and hurry up already we are all bursting at the seams to see whats next. Cheers!

  7. Comment by Riku

    Riku April 30, 2018 at 15:51

    When will we see the first reviews or some kind of new drivers with the Regera?

  8. Comment by Connor Labounty

    Connor Labounty May 2, 2018 at 23:20

    I was so sad when I saw this article. πŸ™

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