ZESD was held in the Nevada desert, the coupe was piloted by factory test driver Niklas Lilja. Although official confirmation from representatives of the Guinness Book of records not yet received, everything was done in accordance with generally accepted standards, the speed was determined as the average of results of two attempts in both directions to eliminate the influence of the wind, and data were recorded do not own the telemetry system of the car, and special homologirana module Racelogic.
Koenigseggg Agera RS with 1380-horsepower V8 turbo engine was able to accelerate up to the average 277,9 mph (447,24 km/h). The previous official record, set in 2010, belonged to the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport – 267,8 mph (429,7 km/h).
However, the point of this story is not set in the war hypercar manufacturers continue to “play muscles”. In Bugatti claim that the new Chiron is capable of accelerating up to 463 km/h and thunderstorms to prove it. And in a recent presentation, the Hennessey Venom F5 was generally announced figure of 482.