First, the two final Ageras:
AND a sneak peak at the replacement....screams Porsche GT1The Final Edition is a series within a series, being part of the three-car Agera Final series announced in 2016. Naturally, both of these very final cars are based on the world's fastest production car, the Agera RS. To celebrate, Koenigsegg also threw in a wide range of no cost (and experimental) upgrades, as well as the 1360-horsepower engine from the One:1.
To be worthy of all that tech, Thor is finished in two-tone clear carbon with diamond-flake in the clearcoat in certain areas. More crucially, its body features a large LeMans-style central fin, to stay pinned in case its owner decides to go for another world speed record run.
The equally dark Väder has a clear carbon finish with even more diamond flakes and some highlights covered in white gold leaf. Its body features two small rear winglets and an enlarged rear spoiler, which is supported by strakes with cutouts.
Both cars incorporate custom-designed front winglets, supported by enlarged front and rear spoilers.