Until you'll be able to see Koenigsegg's latest supercar in the flesh in the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, the guys from GTspirit.com got their hands on these very first high quality renderings of the Swedish supercar. Apart from its front facia, the new supercar called "Agera" clearly reminds us of its predecessor, the CCX. But you can not really complain about that as the CCX (along with the Pagani Zonda) is one of those hypercars that make you wonder if it could even get better.
Maybe the more significant change is under the bonnet where now you can find the 4.7L Koenigsegg V8 from the CCX tuned to produce: 910 Hp. The Agera has a weight of 1284 Kg which allows it to have an astonishing weight to power ratio thanks to its ultralight carbon fiber chassis and bodywork. This will help the car provide endless acceleration until it hits 395km/h (245 mph) with 100 km/h (62 mph) coming right after 3.1 seconds. Frightening numbers which, judging by the performance of the Agera's predecessors, are all but overestimated.
Until we get more real world pictures of the Swedish beast check out the pictures below and don't forget to visit GTspirit for more details.