Koenigsegg working on an "entry-level" model, positioned below the Agera line-up

Koenigsegg Agera R live in Geneva

Koenigsegg is one of the most exclusive automakers on the planet and for the last couple of months, the talk has been all about their Agera One:1 Megacar with an impressive 1322bhp.

The One:1 will be limited to just six units and all cars are already sold.

At last week’s New York Auto Show, the company founder, Christian Von Koenigsegg, told Motoring.co.au, he was planning to add a new $US600-700k (£357k-416k) model to the line-up as an entry-level model, joining the Agera line-up, which includes the Agera (927bhp), Agera S(1,016bhp) and Agera R (1,124bhp)

The new model would still be very exclusive and is likely to use a familiar Agera-derived 5.0-litre twin-turbo V8, though most likely detuned from the standard 927bhp.

Note: pictured above is Koenigsegg Agera R


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