Koenigsegg announce two new models, CCST discs fitted as standard

END OF THE AGERA RANGE - KOENIGSEGG AGERA FINAL

At the Geneva Motor Show, Koenigsegg Automotive have announced the Agera Final (pronounced fin-ahl for the Swedish) - the final model of the Agera range, with a production run of only 3, each to be heavily customised by the buyer. See pictures of this fantastic-looking car in the Agera Final Gallery and GTBoard.com have made a video of the first of the Koenigsegg Agera Final (the One of 1):

START OF A NEW RANGE - KOENIGSEGG REGERA

Following the display of the prototype at the Geneva Motor Show last year, Koenigsegg also unveiled the new model - the first of the Regera range. Christian von Koenigsegg says that the Regera has been "meeting and exceeding performance expectations and emotional expectations [during testing]". The Regera will have a production run of 80 (with 30 having been claimed already). You can see some images of the Regera in our Koenigsegg Regera gallery and you can see more of the Koenigsegg Regera in the presentation by Koenigsegg at the Geneva Motor Show:

THE CURRENT MODEL - KOENIGSEGG AGERA RS

GTBoard.com have also made a video of the Koenigsegg Agera RS:

HOW IS SURFACE TRANSFORMS INVOLVED?

Surface Transforms supply carbon ceramic brake discs that are fitted as standard on all Koenigsegg vehicles.