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Koenigsegg One:1 vs 0-300-0 kmh

Koenigsegg has outperformed existing production car speed records during a practice session in the groundbreaking Koenigsegg One:1 Megacar, headlined by a 0-300-0kmh time of just 17.95 seconds.
Koenigsegg stunned the world in September 2011 when it set a Guinness World Record time of 21.19 seconds for the 0-300-0kmh run in the Koenigsegg Agera R. The time achieved by the Koenigsegg One:1 cuts a full 3.24 seconds from what was already considered to be an unbeatable time.
The record-beating run was one of a series of runs conducted in a practice session at the Koenigsegg test track in Ängelholm, Sweden. The session was conducted on Monday, June 8 2015, from 6pm to 10pm. The driver was Koenigsegg factory test driver, Robert Serwanski.
This session follows recent track testing that revealed impressive performances and unofficial production car lap records at Suzuka Circuit and Spa-Francorchamps.


Data was collected using the industry standard VBox data recorder.
The stage data for the record beating run is as follows:
0-300kmh: 11.922 seconds
300-0kmh: 6.032 seconds
0-300-0kmh: 17.95 seconds
0-200mph: 14.328 seconds
200-0mph: 6.384 seconds
0-200-0mph: 20.71 seconds


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