Could the Koenigsegg Agera Successor Appear in Geneva This Year?


Koenigsegg Agera successor
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A New Koenigsegg Sooner Than You Think

Supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg made a very public announcement in June of 2018 that a successor to the Agera was coming. Since then, we heard nothing. The name Ragnarok made the rumor rounds, but then that seemed unlikely. Now, a new rumor suggests the car will appear at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, according to CarScoops

Koenigsegg has yet to say a word about whether or not the car will appear in Geneva. I doubt the company will respond. Instead of saying anything, it will just slowly let out a stream of teaser images. They will be a lot like the one back in June of last year to get people’s blood pumping. 

What Will the New Car Be?

According to information from CarScoops and the Swedish publication Dagens Industri, the Agera successor will be a super-limited edition car with only 125 units made in the entire world. Of those 125 cars, 72 are said to be already purchased. 

What the car will actually have and look like is still a bit of a mystery. However, I’ll tell you what’s known or at least believed to be the case.

The car should get an updated version of the twin-turbo 5.0-liter V8 that’s in the Agera. It should have 1,440 hp or more. While your guess is as good as mine as to the top speed, you can bet that Koenigsegg will try to beat its previous record of 277.9 mph. 

Other than that, there isn’t much to report, so you’ll have to gaze at the image above and dream of what the Agera successor will look like.