India is seeing a flurry of supercars through its doors and the newest joining the pack is Koenigsegg with its Bugatti Veyron rivaling Agera hypercar.
You have to cough up a astronomical 12.5 crore rupees (ex-showroom Delhi) to drive home one, but as Motoroids rightly puts it, this is the best alternative for those who can't afford the 16+ crore rupee Veyron.
As we reported earlier, the Agera is sold in India through Interglobe General Aviation's assistance – the company behind Indigo Airlines, a low-cost domestic operator.
Driving home an Agera involves more than simply stepping into a dealership and twisting a key. Each Agera is hand made so you'll have to sit through the tedious process of selecting the colors, trims and materials. If you want to decorate your Agera with the finest options, Koenigsegg will gladly do it for about 2 crore rupees over the previously quoted price tag.
Apart from the visual delights, for 12.5+ crore rupees you also get a 5.0-liter twin-turbo engine that develops an earth-shattering 910bhp and 1000Nm. 0-100kph comes up in 3 seconds and the car will accelerate brutally till you reach 400kph.
Since there aren't the roads in India to experience this kind of performance, the Agera with its on-board satellite navigation system, G force meter, power display, lap-timer and compasses can help you find and conquer a nearby race circuit.
Source - Motoroids.com