Koenigsegg Agera RS improved the 0-400-0 of the Bugatti Chiron
By: Fedora Atjeh | Oktober 05, 2017
At the Frankfurt Motor Show held last September there was a lot of talk about the Bugatti Chiron, not just because the first units have already begun to turn in customers like Cristiano Ronaldo, but because he had scored a time in a 0-400- 0.
With Juan Pablo Montoya at the wheel, the hyper-sport of 1,500 hp had achieved a record of 41.96 seconds, which means that to date no street car had achieved better time in such an unusual test. But it seems that the Koenigsegg Agera RS has improved it.
At least that is what makes us think the photo that opens this article, the same that Koenigsegg has shared in his Facebook profile in which in addition to seeing an Agera RS at full speed, reads the inscription 0-400-0 and an 'OMG' in allusion to the Anglo-Saxon expression 'Oh my god'.
Koenigsegg closes the suspense with an advance that will soon reveal more information about what they have achieved in the same record as the Chiron, which obviously makes us think they have beaten the time.
The Koenigsegg Agera RS is a hyper-sport with a 5.0 V8 engine of 1,160 horses, a car that although they did not get to officialize the records of benefits, surely it treats you to the Bugatti Chiaon.
Christian Von Koenigsegg and his team hide something and for sure we will know what it is. In the meantime, speculation about the time that has taken place begins. Bets are allowed.