While production officially ended a couple of years ago, the owner of an Agera RS recently sent the car back to the Swedish car manufacturer’s factory for a series of upgrades.
According to Koenigsegg, the owner of this Agera RS approached them in the fall of 2019 looking to have the same front hood air vents as the One:1 installed on their hypercar. The Swedish automaker’s aftermarket department was more than happy to accommodate this request and proposed a handful of other modifications.
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To fulfill all of the customer’s requests, Koenigsegg fitted an all-new hood that has a center section finished in carbon fiber. Koenigsegg has also installed a scoop on the engine cover inspired by that on the One:1. A number of black accents were also added, including the bolts, logos, accents, and badges, while the exhaust has a jet black finish.
The company also added some new aero elements to the Agera RS, including additional front winglets and a top-mounted carbon fiber rear wing that is fully active and controlled by software in the car; the previous wing was spring-activated and not so advanced. Rounding out the upgrades made is the fitment of the automaker’s new SmartCluster, the same all-digital gauge cluster as used by the Regera.
Koenigsegg hasn’t revealed how much the Agera RS owner paid to have these modifications made, but we suspect they would have easily cost six figures.