Koenigsegg is doing one better for the first Agera RS delivered to a European customer. While the first Agera XS (the name for the RS here) in the US was a fiery orange, the Swedish automaker went for something more golden this time around. The result is a completely different take on the hypercar, one you just might like.
The Naraya, or the Koenigsegg Agera RS, has been customized per the exact requests of the new owner. Instead of hiding the exterior carbon fiber, the material is tinted blue to flaunt it. That’s a wise move, considering the car is the first Koenigsegg to feature a carbon fiber tub.
Gold leaf accents adorn the exterior and interior, which was done by hand. It took an Italian craftsman two weeks to apply all of that gold. The guy literally worked six days a week, 12 hours each day to get all the gold and the right protective coating in place so it’s flawless. While the hypercar might not be everyone’s style, it’s hard to not marvel at the workmanship it puts on display.
Blue Alcantara is in high supply for the interior, with gold piping and stitching to keep with the exterior theme. To take things completely over the top, there are 155 cultured diamonds integrated into the Naraya name plate on the dash.
Just like other versions of the Agera RS, the car is powered by a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V-8, which churns out 1,160 horsepower and 944 lb.-ft. of torque.