Saturday, June 15, 2013

Koenigsegg Agera kereta paling laju dan paling mahal di Singapura

Koenigsegg Agera
Founder of Koenigsegg Automotive Christian von Koenigsegg (left) showing the Agera S to 
Mr Michael Lim, chief executive of distributor Motorway Group. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA
THE fastest and most expensive car in Singapore was unveiled yesterday.
The Koenigsegg Agera S hypercar - boasting a 420kmh top speed and a $5.3 million price tag - was revealed to 200 VIPs and guests at a private launch event at the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia hotel.
Handcrafted in Sweden, the car, which runs on regular petrol, took around 4,000 hours to produce and and comes with a 1,040 horsepower twin turbo engine. There are only three other Agera S models in the world - one in America, and two in Hong Kong.
Its price tag here includes a $100,000 certificate of entitlement. More pictures click here.

Koenigsegg Agera kereta paling laju dan paling mahal di Singapura
 The Koenigsegg Agera S hypercar - boasting a 420kmh top speed and a $5.3 million price tag 
- was revealed to 200 VIPs and guests at a private launch event at the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia hotel.. 
-- ST FILE PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA
Koenigsegg Agera kereta paling laju dan paling mahal di Singapura
 Guests standing around the new Koenigsegg hypercar at its Singapore launch. The Koenigsegg Agera S hypercar - boasting a 420kmh top speed and a $5.3 million price tag - was revealed to 200 VIPs and guests at a private launch event at the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia hotel. -- ST FILE PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA
Koenigsegg Agera kereta paling laju dan paling mahal di Singapura
 A Koenigsegg Agera S is seen at its launch in the Ritz Carton ballroom. The Koenigsegg Agera S hypercar - boasting a 420kmh top speed and a $5.3 million price tag - was revealed to 200 VIPs and guests at a private launch event at the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia hotel. -- ST FILE PHOTO: JOSEPH NAI
Koenigsegg Agera kereta paling laju dan paling mahal di Singapura
Founder of Koenigsegg Automotive Christian von Koenigsegg (left) showing the Agera S to Mr Michael Lim, chief executive of distributor Motorway Group. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE