1160bhp Koenigsegg Agera RS Crashes


Published on May 15th, 2017 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


1160bhp Koenigsegg Agera RS Crashes

Is the best drivers can make a mistake! Here is a Koenigsegg Agera RS that has been involved in a crash on a test drive track in Trollhattan, Sweden. The production-spec model was undergoing shakedown testing at that time, as it’s the case with all of the company’s customer cars after production is finalized. The driver lost control of the ultra-rare machine on a wet track belonging to National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), which is known for buying the rights to the ill-fated SAAB brand.

The test driver as well as the passenger were rushed over to the hospital following the accident and were released shortly thereafter, so both of them are now safe and sound. As for the car, the Agera RS’ body has been damaged, but Koenigsegg says the vehicle’s structural integrity seems to be intact at a first evaluation. In addition, the engineers haven’t discovered any technical issues that might’ve been caused by the crash, but further analysis will be conducted to discover if there’s anything wrong with the car beyond the damaged bodywork.

It must have been a U.S.-spec customer car taking into account Koenigsegg mentions it is using NEVS’ facilities to test and prepare the vehicles that are heading to United States. At the same time, the company is making last-minute tweaks to its production cars at its own testing facility located in Ängelholm.

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