GENEVA -- They call it the first megawatt car because its turbocharged 5-liter V-8 produces 1,000 kilowatts. That's 1,341 in horsepower. They named it the One:1, because it has a power-to-weight ratio of one horsepower per kilogram.
Swedish automaker Koenigsegg brought its new One:1 supercar to the Geneva auto show, demonstrating an unparalleled level of engineering. In silver and black, this road legal Agera R sibling can make it up to 273 mph.
More extraordinary, Koenigsegg notes that the One:1 can make it to 248 mph, 400 kmh, in just 20 seconds.
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Carbon fiber abounds on the car, including its use in dual winglets at each fender and the intake manifold. But most remarkable are the carbon-fiber wheels, which weigh only 6,572 grams.
In a surprising nod towards renewable fuels, Koenigsegg designed the One:1 to run on E85 biofuel.
As for pricing, if you have to ask... However, Koenigsegg did list options for the car, including an upgraded audio system, a diamond encrusted key, and even a custom luggage set, although it isn't specified whether the latter comes in carbon fiber.
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