He also said this:...Good spot I got to drive the Agera R too and it was batshit crazy. My driving segment is on the DVD. The speed of the car is impressive, but not as scary as the Venom. But the brakes, the stability control, the handling, the fact that it looks, feels, and sounds like it wants you dead but you'd actually have to steer it right into a tree to crash it, was dope. It was easy to slide a bit, stupidly fast, and I've never felt brakes like that on a road car. And it was easy to drive; as easy as a Gallardo or something, but way cooler because the view inside is total fighter plane.
I found that second bit very interesting. Didnt know that about CvK.not even that many. Koenigsegg has built 120 cars total since its inception. The only way they can stay alive as a company is all the mad scientist tech that Christian Von K licenses to other companies. Ever see a ford or GM car with a "flex fuel" badge on it? Christian Von K. He owns the patent, and makes supercars for fun. In fact, he owns more than a dozen patents that will keep his great-great-grandchildren wealthy beyond their wildest dreams. He just likes building crazy ****.
Noticed that too, and the box (between exhaust above gearbox) they are coming from. some kind of gear collecting data from the gearbox or exhaust?Im wondering what the big bundle of wires/tubes that you can see sitting above the exhaust is. It also looks like there is a wire or tube of some sort running to each rear wheel