Koenigsegg put on a splendid show during the 2018 Monterey Car Week. Actually, I should say they put on splendid showbecause they made appearances at The Quail - A Motorsports Gathering and went for a cruise on Saturday towards Exotics on Cannery Row. Along the way, they made show-stopping appearances at places like In-N-Out and at the special screening of Straight and Narrow, a film about the production car speed records set by Koenigsegg in November 2017.

But it seems that coverage of Koenigsegg's hypercar isn't about to end even though Monterey Car Week has. Why? According to The Supercar Blog, they have learned from what they say is a source close to the company that the Agera's successor is rumored to be called "Ragnarok."  If that's true, it will cement itself as one of the coolest names for a car, ever.

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Why Ragnarok? If the rumors are true, it's very fitting when you considering Ragnarök is an event that occurred in Norse Mythology. With Koenigsegg being a Swedish company and Norse mythology being a big part of Scandinavian history, it makes sense. Of course, these are simply rumors as of right now and Koenigsegg has not confirmed the validity of these claims. Once we get the official word from Koenigsegg, we'll be sure to update this article!
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