Last week, Koenigsegg delivered the first Agera XS to its eagerly awaiting owner in Monterey. Now, the Swedish car maker is about to do the same at the Salon Privé Concours d'Elegance.
Dubbed "Naraya", this Agera RS has been finished inside and out in blue carbon fiber. But what makes this Agera really special, is the gold trim.
Koenigsegg, combined with Italian craftsman Ettore "Blaster" Callegaro, spent two weeks applying the 18-carat gold leaves on the Agera RS.
As if the car wasn't mad enough already, the Naraya also features a nameplate decorated 155 artificial diamonds.
The finished product will be a perfect example of how flashy a multi-million-dollar supercar can be.
The car will be displayed at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, U.K, along with a blue-tinted One:1 and the production last Agera R.