If you’re a huge fan of racing, watching super cars outdo each other in extreme challenges is always a treat. And with a world record set, another car was bound to break it.
After the Bugatti Chiron set the world record for achieving the quickest time in doing the 0-400-0 challenge, the Koeniggseg Agera RS stepped up to try and beat it—and so it did.
Powered by its 5.0-liter V8 engine, driver Niklas Lilja pushed the car to 400 on the tarmac of an airfield in Vandel, Denmark and back to a full stop in 36.44 seconds, beating the Bugatti Chiron by 5.52 seconds.
Which super car do you think can beat this record?
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