This is the very first European delivered Koenigsegg Agera RS, with the owner having it gilded, decorated with gold leaf trim and nicknaming it Naraya.
You read that right – every golden element on the car is actually laden with golden leafs. The metal was applied at the Koenigsegg plant by Ettore Callegaro, an Italian artisan known for such work on cars and motorcycles – with the process taking 12 days of 12-hour work to complete. Aside from the precious 18-carat trim, the exterior is additionally finished with blue-tinted clear carbon fiber. This is also valid for the chassis tub, which has never happened before. Most likely that never happened because the vast majority of the tub is only accessible when a mechanic takes a professional look. But this is exactly the sort of thing to expect from such an exotic of the exotic automotive world.
Moving inside the cockpit, the seats have been clad in blue Alcantara with gold piping, and we also find here that gold leafing. And as we mentioned, the car is called the Naraya – a plate reminding everyone of that is installed inside – complete with 155 cultured diamonds. The motivation is presented by the 5.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 engine packing 1160 horsepower (865 kilowatts) and linked to the rear wheels via a seven-speed paddle-shift transmission. The Naraya will make its first public debut during the Salon Prive Concours d’Elegance in England and comes hot on the heels of the first Agera RS for the US, which was presented at Pebble Beach.