7084 - 2011 Agera
White / Black
Right Hand Drive
VIN  YT9HE21B1BA007084
General History
This particular Agera is the first right hand drive customer Agera.  It was finished in spring of 2011 and was built for Peter Saywell who is a renowned Koenigsegg client. He has previouly owned chassis #005 CC8S, chassis #018 CCR, chassis #032 CCX and this Agera, all of which he used well and has since sold on.

The first public appearance of this car was at Supercar Sunday held at Goodwood in May of 2011. In the same year the car was spotted at various other events such as Driver’s Parade Le Mans, Goodwood Festival of Speed, Supercar day Wilton house and Saywell International at Goodwood.  Throughout 2012-2014 the car made numerous appearances across events in Europe such as Salon Prive, Scandinavia show at Earls Court and the ones mentioned above.

In October of 2014 however, this Agera was listed for sale at SuperVettura.  The last known location of the car was at Koenigsegg HQ in the beginning of January 2015.
The exterior is completely finished in one color, Koenigsegg “Snow White”. Many of the usual carbon accented parts including mirrors and air inlet/outlets are seen. The old pattern stripes, finished in clear carbon, are also seen on the bonnet, and later had yellow stripes added at their outer edges. The Dynamic rear wing is also finished in white with dual thin stripes running in the center with yellow highlights at the outer edge and clear carbon tips. The wheels were factory fitted with 9 spoke black Vortex Generating Rims (VGR) with yellow pinstripes.
The interior is also finished in just one color being black and leather all around. The Koenigsegg seats are also finished in black leather with contrast yellow diamond stitching. This particular car since it’s an early example Agera still wears the older style CCX steering wheel also finished in black leather and carbon fiber. The center console/infotainment panel is finished in anodized brushed aluminum which is standard.
Standard Agera engine rated at 960 HP mated to the specially developed 7-speed dual clutch sequential gearbox.
This was the last Agera to sport the old style CCX steering wheel. From chassis #085 on all Agera’s rolled out of Koenigsegg HQ wearing the new steering wheel.
Data collected by J_C
Data page written by Prashanth
First posted 24 January 2015