Koenigsegg vs. Bugatti is the only battle of the titans that matters. The supercar, Koenigsegg Agera RS, managed to reach a new record, accelerating from 0 to 400 km/h and again stopping at 0 for only 36.44 seconds.

The achievement is particularly impressive as it is more than five seconds faster than the previous record set by the mighty Bugatti Chiron (41.96). It happened only a month ago, but the Swedish Koenigsegg ambitions are unstoppable.

The company planned to improve the record at the end of September at the Papenburg test run in Germany, but the bad weather conditions have failed the plans. This time the Agera RS was driven by Niklas Lilja and the run was made at an airfield in Vandel, Denmark.

Especially curious is that the record Koenigsegg Agera RS is owned by a private individual from the United States. The supercar has a 5-liter V8 engine and a lightweight construction.

The conditions of the 3-kilometer track were far from ideal, but this made the achievement even more impressive. There’s really nothing more to talk about – just watch the video.

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