At this point the Koenigsegg Agera has become like the Pagani Zonda. The manufacturer says they have wrapped up its production, but people keep placing orders and they happily keep churning them out. The latest one-off Agera is a highly bespoke model called Koenigsegg Agera RS Naraya.
Koenigsegg will show off this Naraya RS at the upcoming Salon Prive show in UK before shipping the car to its lucky owner who seems to have an exquisite, it a tad flamboyant, taste in speccing up his cars. The paint scheme he has chosen for his one of one Koenigsegg Agera RS Naraya features blue tinted carbon fiber body panels, complemented with gold accents inside and out.
These golden accents might look a bit too flashy, but they have a cool backstory which makes you not mind them: “The gold leaf was applied by hand at the Koenigsegg factory in Angelholm, Sweden, by Ettore ‘Blaster’ Callegaro, a renowned craftsman from Italy, famed for his work with customised cars and motorcycles. The process took two full weeks, working 12 hour days, six days per week.”
Where it all gets a little too much is inside the cabin where Koenigsegg Agera RS Naraya features blue alcantara with gold piping and stitching, more leaf gold highlights and an 18 carat yellow gold Naraya name plate with 155 cultured diamonds created by Ada Diamonds in California. This thing is almost like a piece of jewelry that just happens to have a 160hp and 1280Nm of torque twin turbo V8 engine.