We had reported an accident a few days ago that involved a rare Koenigsegg Agera RS that crashed while testing in Sweden. Now, the Swedish company has promised a replacement.
Following the accident, Koenigsegg has confirmed that the Agera RS involved in the crash was the Agera RS Gryphon that debuted in Geneva. The owner was identified as Manny Khoshbin, a supercar collector.
The Swedish carmaker, Koenigsegg, and Khoshbin have come to an agreement, and the manufacturer has decided to replace the car with a brand new one.
On Instagram, Koenigsegg said: "The car known as the Agera RS Gryphon will be repaired and become a Koenigsegg demo vehicle. More importantly, work has already begun with @mannykhoshbin to spec an all-new Agera RS that will blow everyone's mind. We would like to thank @mannykhoshbin and the wider Koenigsegg family for their understanding and support."
There is no word on how long the replacement car will take and if the owner has opted for any unique touches, like the gold lead detailing seen on the Agera RS that crashed.
Oh, did we mention — Manny Khoshbin previously owned a chameleon carbon-fiber McLaren P1 and Hermes orange Pagani Huayra.