Build 7128 – Subframe and Suspension

Earlier installments of Build128 have taken you through, step-by-step, in how we perform some of the processed we undertake as we construct our cars. From the tub chassis, to the exterior panels, to the preparation and paint stages of the build. As with our last instalment – the Koenigsegg engine – we’re going to talk […]

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#Build128 Agera RS – The Koenigsegg Engine

So far in #Build128 we’ve covered tub chassis construction and bonding, body panel alignment, and body panel preparation and paint. After Station 2 (body panel alignment) the car is taken apart again and there’s a fork in the production sequence. The body panels head to Station 3 for preparation and paint and the tub chassis […]

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#Build128 Agera RS – Preparation, Paint

Geneva was a bit of an interruption, but we are finally back to document the build of Agera RS chassis #7128. When we last covered Build#128, the car was at Station 2 where the first fitting of the all the body panels was made to the tub chassis built at Station 1. From station 2, […]

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#Build128 Agera RS Station 2 – Body Alignment

We are covering the build of Koenigsegg Agera RS chassis 128 from start to finish here on the Koenigsegg website. Chassis 128 will be the first Koenigsegg Agera RS to be fully homologated for the United States. For all articles in this series, click here: Koenigsegg Agera RS Build 128 (USA) Click any of the […]

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#Build128 Agera RS Station 1 – Chassis Bonding

We are covering the build of Koenigsegg Agera RS chassis 128 from start to finish here on the Koenigsegg website. Chassis 128 will be the first Agera RS to be fully homologated for the United States. —— Station 1 is where it all begins at the Koenigsegg factory. This is where the various carbon fiber […]

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Building Agera RS #128 – Introduction

The Koenigsegg Agera RS was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 2015. 25 cars will be built in the Agera RS series. 10 of those cars were pre-sold before the first showing and only a handful remain unsold right now. We expect those remaining orders to be filled very soon. Four RS’s […]

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