There are hardly any pictures of this car, and for most, it may still be entirely unknown, despite being built and delivered 11 years ago. This hypercar was first uploaded to Autogespot. Learn more about the Koenigsegg Agera R BLT...
The year is 2011 when the Koenigsegg Agera R is unveiled at the famous Geneva Motor Show. Many are immediately pre-ordered. However, for some customers, the Agera R was not enough, and they configured it to such an extreme that it received an additional name. This is quite popular for such expensive hypercars. Pagani and Bugatti also allow customers to order one-offs by essentially protecting the specifications and giving it an additional name. Thus, this Agera R acquired the additional name BLT.
Noticeable, of course, is the beautiful blue visible carbon fiber with red lines, which we already know from other Agera Rs. The interior of the BLT is configured in the same colors. The rest of the car, the technical data, is, of course, the same as that of the Agera R. The Agera R is powered by a powerful V8 engine. The 5.0-liter bi-turbo V8 engine produces an impressive power of over 1,100 horsepower. Thanks to its powerful engines, the Agera R can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in a very short time. The exact values, according to the manufacturer, should be around 2.9 seconds. The Agera R is known for its impressive top speed. It was one of the fastest production cars in the world, with some models reaching speeds of almost 450 km/h. Koenigsegg placed great emphasis on lightweight construction, and this is reflected in the Agera R. The use of carbon fiber and other lightweight materials helps minimize the vehicle's weight while maximizing performance. The Agera R features advanced aerodynamic elements that contribute to improving stability at high speeds.
In these pictures, it is evident that there are other very interesting cars in the garage. Two other Rolls-Royces can be seen. It is typical for an Asian country that these cars are easily found in public garages because in such large cities, it is not easy to acquire a private garage. But this is a stroke of luck for the spotters. Many of the top spots from Korea and Dubai, for example, come from such underground garages. And it is often these cars that hardly roam the city but simply stand there year after year.
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