Naraya is the first Koenigsegg Agera destined for Europe.

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It features a whole boatload of customization, including a body and chassis finished in blue-tinted carbon fiber.

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The wheels are made of carbon fiber, as well.

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Like all other Agera RS models, it features a 1,160-horsepower, twin-turbocharged V8 engine.

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The interior is equally ridiculous, featuring a 18-carat yellow gold name plaque finished with 155 diamonds.

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All the gold leaf trim on this car was laid by a single set of hands, over the course of 144 hours.

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The gold leaf was applied to the car using a tool no larger than a champagne cork.

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It's safe to assume that Naraya cost much more than the Agera RS' supposed $2 million starting price.

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