Koenigsegg Agera RS – Is the Swedish make worth almost $10 million

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If you know little about the automotive world, you know very little about Koenigsegg. A brand that’s always flown under the radar but produced some of the world’s best four-wheel rides.

The Koenigsegg Agera RS is one of the Swedish manufacturers deadliest monster to date. Only 25 of them were constructed, costing collectors a pretty penny off the AB floor. However, the resale value of one of these mean machines is almost worth a 352-pound gold bar, and that’s no joke.

Pack on a few years and it could be worth a case of gold bars.

The owner and his son were hands-on when designing and putting together the RS, hence the name. Making it even more unique and special to the creators is that everything on the car is made by the company themselves. It’s only the Brembo brake pads and the windscreen that is outsourced really.

From the ghost flying through the wind between the seats to the apple car play, the car really was well produced and makes up for each dollar thrown at it by customers. Besides the massive motor pushing out so much power that makes it one of the fastest supercars ever produced, the car’s attention to detail and novel design makes it a car that sits at the summit of top designs ever made.