Koenigsegg breaks world record, defeats Bugatti in 0-400-0 km/hr battle with 5.52 secs faster speed

Bugatti had recently clinched onto the world title for making the world's fastest and most powerful car with its 2017 Chiron model reaching 0-400km/hr and back to zero in just 41.96 seconds, but there's a new game-changer.

Koenigsegg beats bugatti record 0-400-0

The Koenigsegg Agera RS hypercar with 1,360-horsepower and 1,011 pound-feet of torque beat the record going from 0-400km/hr and back to zero in just 36.44 - that's 5.52 seconds faster than the Chiron.

Koenigsegg beats bugatti record 0-400-0

Juan Pablo Montoya drove the Bugatti Chiron while Niklas Lilja himself drove the Koenigsegg to victory. The record was set on October 1st, 2017 at Vandel, a former Danish military airbase that now serves as a big solar-energy farm.

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