Named for its 1:1 horsepower-to-kilogram ratio, the One:1 will see each of its 1400 horses tasked with moving just one kilogram, or about 2.2 pounds. Excluding the driver, of course.
The Agera One:1 is expected to weigh around 1340kg dry, climbing to about 1400kg with fuel and other fluids included.
Exact technical details for the One:1 are still to come, but if you need a point of comparison, the quad-turbo 8.0 litre W16 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport boasts a ratio of 1hp to 1.53kg.
With the special Agera’s figures, we could see the slippery Swede take the Veyron SS’ production car speed record, which currently stands at 431.072km/h.
The One:1’s road performance will also be helped by the large roof-mounted rear wing shown in this image, contributing to around 600kg of downforce.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Koenigsegg has revealed that its figures - including hugely complex computer simulations - point to a top speed closer 450km/h for the One:1.
The One:1 is also expected to better the Veyron for price. Reports suggest a figure near AU$1.9 million, AU$477,000 beneath the Super Sport - and more in line with the open-topped but slower Grand Sport model.
However, reports elsewhere suggest a figure closer to AU$2.5 million. But, with just six cars scheduled to be made, the One:1’s exclusivity will ensure a sell-out performance.
Watch for the One:1 to debut in Geneva next month, although a special invite-only sneak-peek on February 28 could also bring new details.