It can create 1,340 hp. It can reach 273 mph. Its torque is measured at 1,011 lb-ft. It's not a supercar, it's a megacar, and when measured in kilograms, its power-to-weight ratio is perfectly matched. It's the One:1 from Koenigsegg, a beast of a machine with a pounding twin-turbo 5.0-liter V8 for a heart, and it's unlike anything ever created before. Justin Bell described it as a rocket ship of a car in our 2015 Exotic Car Buyers Guide. So who wouldn't want a chance to test it on the world's most impressive circuits and tracks?

A video added to YouTube by KoenigseggSweden May 26 shows off a trip around the Suzuka Circuit in Japan with the One:1, a five minute symphony with shots alternating between the view out the windshield from between driver Robert Serwanski and his passenger, and the view from the front of the hood, carbon fiber visible throughout. It's loud, it's impressive and it's a point of view that you don't want to miss.

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Check out the video of their two laps, the first a warm up and second at speed, and stay with us for more news from the automotive world.
(Source: YouTube)

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