The first official image and details of the car aiming to humble the Bugatti Veyron, the Koenigsegg Agera One:1, has been released ahead of its Geneva motor show debut.
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The rear quarter image on Koenigsegg Automotive AB’s Facebook page is accompanied by a set of unprecedented performance claims that promise to make the Agera One:1 one of the world's greatest supercars.

The One:1 takes its name from its power-to-weight ratio, claiming a 1340hp (1000kW) output and a 1340kg kerb weight. It’s unclear at this stage if the One:1 will employ an uprated version of the twin-turbocharged 5.0-litre V8 used to power the rest of the Agera line-up or introduce a new powerplant.

Koenigsegg says the Agera One:1 will feature active chassis and active aero technology to help it achieve its claimed 600 kilograms of downforce and 2G of lateral grip.

Carbonfibre is used extensively throughout the One:1, featuring across its front bumper, wheels, rear bumper insert, diffuser and massive rear wing.

The brand’s founder, Christian von Koenigsegg, told Bloomberg in October the Agera One:1 had 450km/h in its sights, smashing the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport’s record 431km/h top speed.

Production of the One:1 is expected to be limited to just six cars, with each set to sell at a price well in excess of the US$4.2 million ($4.7 million) reportedly outlaid for an Agera S in Singapore in June last year.

Full details of the Koenigsegg Agera One:1 will be released when it debuts in Geneva on March 4.