On the roads of Southern California, a 2019 Koenigsegg Agera RS Final Edition zooms by. The $4-million car is almost one of a kind—only two exist—and its model holds a record for the fastest street-legal customer car.⠀
“It can be nerve-racking driving the car,” says its 23-year-old owner, Marc Haddad, who is used to people wanting to take a closer look. The Agera RS model, which he says is smooth to drive, can go over 275mph. Haddad says in 2017 an Agera RS set an average speed of 277.9 mph, breaking a speed record. "We all knew the car would break the record. The question was: By how much?"⠀
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His dad is the chairman & ceo of a huge development company, FivePoint.
The WSJ covered... a car??
Greta's archfoe. lol
Just me or are we ignoring the fact that the new Chiron goes roughly 304...? phenomenal & unique car but it does not have the title of fastest production/street legal car anymore