Koenigsegg Agera R Fly-by and Acceleration Video

YouTube user Marchettino shares a great video with the automotive community showcasing the power and acceleration of the beautiful Koenigsegg Agera R. This Swedish car is rarely seen on YouTube or even on the streets. Watch some great and rare action shots of the Agera R overtaking other cars on the streets with unparalleled acceleration and speed. Also be sure to check out the nasty loud revving of the Agera's powerful engine while it does some fly bys in a tunnel. 

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Koenigsegg Factory Tour

For the first time ever, go on an in-depth tour of the Koenigsegg factory in Sweden. Guided by Christian von Koenigsegg himself, you will be learn of the most intricate details and engineering processes that go into practice on a daily basis to make some of the rarest, fastest and best cars in the world. I personally have to say myself, that after watching this video that I have a new found respect for Koenigsegg that supersedes even Ferrari. You also get a great ride-along preview of how fast the Koenigsegg Agera R can go. 

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2008-2010 Koenigsegg CCXR; Edition and Trevita

Typically, when someone mentions the word hybrid we think "Prius." When someone mentions the words "Ethanol Biofuel" We think Chevy flex fuel vehicles. I'll give you something different to think about the next time that you hear the EPA or Obama touting hybrids and biofuel, the first green supercar: The Koenigsegg CCXR.

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2006-2010 Koenigsegg CCX Overview

At the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, Koenigsegg unveiled the CCX model. In celebration of 10 years since the first Koenigsegg CC vehicle completed a test drive in 1996, the CCX stands for the Competition Coupe X, where the X represents the roman numeral for ten. The CCX would be the first Koenigsegg car to comply with global regulations to allow for its entry into the US market. As a successor to the CCR, the CCX would now carry the Koenigsegg brand from Sweden and Europe to the world between 2006 and 2010.

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