The Agera bids goodbye at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show after Koenigsegg arrived with the limited-run Agera Final Edition. Only a total of three units will be built and each one will have a unique finish in accordance to their owner's taste.
According to the company, the decision to make the last three Ageras to be fully customized was to celebrate the 'megacar's' success. All 25 production Agera RS models were sold within 10 months after it first debuted during last year's Geneva Motor Show.
As the name implies, every body panel, aerodynamic component and paint finish can be specified by the owner. These include the: rear wing with second blade, roof-mounted air intake, adjustable winglets, front splitter and 3D-printed twin titanium exhaust outlet as such.
Moreover, optional extras for the car now come as standard at no extra cost. The MW1 engine upgrade, Aircore carbon fiber wheels and clear carbon fiber body finish has been made available on the Agera Final.
At the heart of the Agera Final is an upgraded MW1 engine. It displaces 5.0-liters and benefits from twin turbochargers. It cranks out 1360 PS along with 1,371 Nm of torque.
All three final models will be built for delivery towards the end of 2017.