Thor and Vader are based on the record-setting Agera RS and come with a set of bespoke aerodynamic parts.
Both cars are equipped with new front carnards, revised front and rear spoilers and the 1MW engine upgrade. This means that with the upgrade, the car's twin-turbo 5.0-litre V8 prodcues 1,000kW or 1,341bhp.
Other than the paint work that differs on both cars, Thor gets a large central fin for increased high-speed stability and features
Koenigsegg’s active aero agenda why Vader doesn't. Meanwhile, Vader gets a different set of rear wing which is bigger and is supported by strakes with unique cutouts that reveal the inner workings of the active rear wing.
The new Thor and Vader will be driven by their owners for the first time this weekend at a special Koenigsegg event in Germany. The final pair of Koenigsegg Ageras will be then shipped to the UK for the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Meanwhile, the successor to the Agera will be revealed at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.