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Christian Von Koenigsegg Explains Agera R’s Interior

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This episode of Inside Koenigsegg is really all about the Koenigsegg’s inside. The interior design of Koenigsegg cars has hardly changed since the first CCX model, but it’s come a long way in terms of material, quality, and fit and finish. They have finally turned into a cabin worthy of a million dollar car.

As is the case with high-end exotic cars, the manufacturer has spent a staggering amount of time and money into every single detail of the interior. The craftsmanship may not be right there in your face like the Pagani Huayra, but the Agera’s interior is made with the same sort of meticulous attention to details. Everything you see and touch here is either metal, leather, or carbon fiber.

No other materials than those deemed worthy by Koenigsegg are allowed in the interior. This means that what you get to touch and see inside the Agera is only aluminium, carbon fibre, precious metals, alcantara and aniline leather. All switch gear is highly bespoke and features wonderfully unique solutions, as for example the Koenigsegg Ghost light, that make solid aluminium buttons gleam with LED powered symbols appearing out of nowhere. A world first in the car industry. The illumination shines through the billet aluminium buttons and surfaces by way of almost invisible micro holes, creating excellent visibility of the symbols as well as a very clean and stylish appearance, framed by an all-new carbon fibre centre console and tunnel assembly.

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