If I had to compare the Agera to a wild jungle cat, it would be a cheetah. This car is all about being light and lean. Suspension-wise, it has the longest wishbones compared to the other hypercars in current production. I doubt milk is the solution to strong bones in this case, so seamless aeronautical chrome-molybdenum tubing is used in this system to minimize weight and maximize strength.
And just as a cheetah has its fancy spots, the Agera has itself a new dynamic rear wing for optimal aerodynamics. To compliment this, two large side air intakes are added for high speed stability. Also, where else have you seen actual wind turbines on a car? The Agera is fitted with Koenigsegg's Vortex-Generating Rim spokes. Of course, the interiors are no less impressive than the façade. The guys at Koenigsegg managed yet another world first with their Ghost Light illuminating solid aluminum buttons using LEDs that shine through almost invisible micro holes on the metal surface. Audio functions, satellite navigation, Bluetooth phone, and secondary functions such as performance meters and car telemetric data are operated through the central high-definition touch screen infotainment system. The minimalistic design of the Agera’s interiors embodies the “less is more” philosophy.
I could go on about technical details, but there’s really no need for discussing drag coefficients or the sort at this point. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. Koenigsegg has gone all out on the Agera R, defying tradition and popular belief, and going full-on in their special way of developing a hypercar.