Koenigsegg Celebrates 'Hundra' With One-Off Agera S
In 2002, newfound Swedish automaker Koenigsegg delivered its very first street-legal hypercar, a 2003 CC8S. Since then, the company has gone on to develop some of the most powerful and handsome hypercars on the planet, including the CCX, the Agera and a few others in-between. This year, in celebration of 100 cars produced in 10 years, the company debuted a special edition Agera S Hundra in Geneva sporting some carbon fiber and gold leaf bodywork. That's right, real gold leaf.
Designed specifically for one well-endowed Chinese customer, the Hundra- which means '100' in Swedish, of course- was designed with 24-carat gold inlays molded to the carbon fiber paneling from the exhaust, to the rear deck, to the wheels. It also bears the same 1,016-hp turbocharged 5.0L V8, which is a nice touch. All this Swedish bling will set you back a cool $1.6M. You know, cuz gold and all.