Three Examples of the Koenigsegg Agera RSR Debuted for Japan Release
The variants of the Koenigsegg RS continue to roll in, the latest being the new Agera RSR. This limited edition model was launched at an event held by the Swedish automaker in Tokyo, Japan. Why there? The three Agera RSR models will be created exclusively for Japan.
So, what do they get with this new Agera?
The car itself is obviously based on the Agera RS, but includes a few modifications that allow it to stand out from the pack. In the rear is a dynamic rear spoiler, as opposed to a more traditional one, similar to the one found on the One:1. Another new feature that’s borrowed from the One:1 is the air intake scoop on the roof.
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The Agera RSR models were among the first Agera RS models when announced. Koenigsegg notes in their blog post that the solutions created for the RSR models were made available to the other RS models.
“Japan has been an important market for Koenigsegg since the earliest days of the company,” said Christian von Koenigsegg, CEO and Founder of Koenigsegg Automotive AB in the company’s blog post. “It brought us great pleasure to work with our Japanese clients to bring the Agera RSR to life. The cars they have designed add a new dimension to the already exclusive Agera RS series.”
All three Agera RSR models have been spoken for and will be delivered to their owners soon.
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