A mid-engine sports automobile called the Koenigsegg Agera is made by the Swedish automaker Koenigsegg. It is the replacement for the CCX/CCXR.

With such a Navigation evenly distributed top speed of 447 km/h, the Agera RS version broke the record to become the world's fastest car in the world in 2017. (278 mph)

The Agera is driven by a 5.0-liter V8 engine that was built in-house and has twin turbochargers. Its maximum power output is 706 kW (960 PS; 947 horsepower) at 6,900 rpm.

Because of the use of an aluminum construction and a carbon fiber inlet manifold, the engine weighs only 197 kg (434 lb) overall.

A specifically created 7-speed dual-clutch transmission with paddle shifters is used. This single input shaft dual-clutch transmission is the first to offer this capability.

The body of the Agera is built of lightweight reinforced impregnated carbon fiber/kevlar. The hardtop roof of the car can be stored underneath a front hood lid.

For the best weight distribution and safety, the chassis is also built of carbon fiber with an aluminum honeycomb framework and integrated fuel tanks.

Depending on driving circumstances, the winglet is electrically adjustable with auto setup or human control to achieve the lowest feasible compromise among low drag and downforce.

A redesigned traction control system, LED lighting, the recognizable "dihedral-synchro-helix-actuation" doors, and blue hood stripes that extend 

It has a 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration time of 2.8 seconds and a potential high speed of 439 km/h (273 mph).

Due to its adaptive rear wing, the Agera R has a drag coefficient of 0.37 at low speeds and 0.33 at high speeds. At 250 km/h, it generates 300 kg (660 lb) of downforce (155 mph).

In addition, the pylons supporting the wing aid in drawing hot air away from the engine compartment in addition to contributing to the Agera R's vehicle efficiency.

Six land speed records were broken by the Agera R for a production vehicle, including the 0-300 km/h (0-186 mph) time of 14.53 seconds