The hypercar is lighter and more powerful than the standard Agera RS, and buyers will have a big input into design and specifications

The Koenigsegg Agera Final, based on the Agera RS, has made its debut at the Geneva motor show.

Just three examples of the Agera Final will be made to celebrate the Agera RS, and will be the last examples of the car to be made.

Koenigsegg says that since the Agera RS made its debut at the Geneva motor show last year, all 25 cars were sold within 10 months, making it the fastest-selling Koenigsegg model in history.

The buyers of the Agera Final cars will have “unprecedented input” into the design and specification of their vehicles, including custom-made parts. The car on display in Geneva features customised bodywork, including a 3D-printed titanium exhaust outlet.

The Geneva show car, dubbed “One of 1” was created by a customer who “wanted an Agera that would be as close to a One:1 as possible in performance terms, while retaining the roof window, storable roof and full luggage space.”

Powering the One of 1 car is an upgraded twin-turbocharged 5.0-litre V8 engine with 1341bhp and 1011lb ft of torque - well up on the standard Agera RS’s 1144bhp.

Weight has been reduced, too, with the One of 1 weighing in at 1380kg - 15kg less than the standard car.

All of the options available on the Agera RS are standard equipment on the Final models, which sit on hollow carbonfibre wheels, each weighing just 7kg.

Speaking at the launch of the Agera RS last year, Koenigsegg founder Christian von Koenigseff said: “I am extremely proud of the Agera RS program. The RS is a classic Koenigsegg, with all the core values and features that the Koenigsegg brand stands for. The performance, road feel and responsiveness are truly amazing and the level of technical sophistication is second to none. It is a true ‘pinnacle’ project that has been wholly embraced by our customers and friends.”

The last Agera RS models will be shipped to customers early in 2017.

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