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Koenigsegg One:1 specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1340 kg (2954 lbs)
Dimensions 4.29 m (169 in) long, 2.00 m (79 in) wide, 1.12 m (44 in) high
Wheelbase 2.66 m (105 in)
Power / weight 1014 ps (1000 bhp) / t
Introduced 2014
Origin country Sweden
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Performance

Top speed 437 kph (272 mph)
0 - 100 kph 3.3 s
0 - 200 kph 6.6 s
0 - 300 kph 11.9 s
0 - 200 mph 14.3 s
Est. 1/8 mile 6.7 s @ 125.5 mph
Est. 1/4 mile 9.8 s @ 163.4 mph
Est. 100 - 200 kph 3.3 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph 5.3 s

More acceleration times

Koenigsegg One:1 acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type Koenigsegg 5.0 L V8 Twin Turbo
Displacement 5.0 l (307 ci / 5032 cc)
Power 1359 ps (1340 bhp / 999 kw)
Power / liter 270 ps (266 hp)
Transmission 7 speed dual clutch automatic
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

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Track Time
Goodwood Hill climb 0:54.00
Spa Francorchamps 2:32.14
Suzuka 2:17.00

One:1 rivals

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Dralion003  1m ago

there are to many facts and numbers that are wrong (B.S) on this web site (fastestlaps). Do your research before you post inaccurate numbers! Also don't use any idiots test numbers, for they can widely vary. Like this car one:1 for example, is not the fastest car mass pro. road legal car. It is Koen. Agera RS, Google it. 277 mph average both directions. And Guinness world record, and official certified!!!!!!!! Much more of your info is terrible and misleading, which can cause arguments and harm.!


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Heckman69  2m ago

Still not as fast as the demon

 

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Fastedee  2m ago

Demon is faster when you push it off a cliff as it's 600 kg heavier.......with 500 less bhp.


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w0o0dy2  2m ago @Fastedee

All objects fall equally fast... The only thing that makes a difference is aerodynamic resistance. Weight has nothing to do with it.


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Fastedee  2m ago @w0o0dy2

Well the Demon is slower even falling then with its brick shape. It does beat the Koenigsegg to 100 but 200 in 6.6 is beyond the Demon.


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saxy  2m ago @w0o0dy2

Weight of course has something to do with it. The more weight, the more gravity pulling it down, the less effect aero resistance has on it. Drop a feather and an iron ball on your feet and try


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dino  2m ago @Fastedee

what if the same engine was used in the demon ? or does ford build better engines than the rest of murican burrito's ?

muricans prefer brick shaped cars to avoid paying six figures for whatever car, just lately they realized chevy is not doing a great job with the vette and its lack of cooling system for a six figure car, go figure :)


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NIN  2m ago @saxy

It's not the weight.
Drop a feather and a bowling ball while in a vacuum and they will fall at the same rate. The gravity is the same.
In the real world, the cars would fall differently because of resistance. Terminal velocity would be different if 2 cars of equal shape had different weights but driving off of a cliff is unlikely to allow a car to reach it's true potential terminal velocity.


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saxy  2m ago @NIN

We aren’t talking about a vacuum are we? We talked about 2 cars falling from a cliff on earth. Wind resistance will affect the light car more as it’s a proportion versus gravity. Yes weight has an effect. Dude, how are you still even at step 1 of the argument when I’m already at step 4? Keep up


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NIN  2m ago @saxy

If 2 cars are dropped from a plane and both cars are the same except that 1 car has 4 people in it and the other is empty, it is the wind resistance, not the weight that will determine which hits the ground first.

You wrote "The more weight, the more gravity pulling it down,.." which isn't correct as far as the cliff/car example.

Conversely, take 2 pieces of paper. Crumble one and leave the other flat. Their weight is exactly the same but which will hit the ground first?
Even if 2 pieces of paper are stapled together (more than double the weight), the single/crumbled piece will land first.


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Tyrone1  2m ago @saxy

You mean mass ;)


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Tyrone1  2m ago @NIN

You arent wrong, but if you drop 1m^2 sheet of plastic and a 1m^2 sheet of steel at the same time the steel will hit the ground first. You cant simply ignore the momentum of mass and air resistance has more effect on lighter objects.


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saxy  2m ago @NIN

What part of “proportion” do you not get? 2 identical cars dropped from a plane. One with 4 people one without passengers. Both cars have the same air resistance. The car with more weight will drop faster.


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NIN  2m ago @saxy

The car with 4 people will have a higher terminal velocity. Until the empty car reaches it's terminal velocity, they will fall at the same rate.

The gravitational force is more on the heavier car because it requires more force for it to fall at the same rate (9.81m/s^2) but they fall together until reaching their different terminal velocities which won't happen in the car/cliff example.


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saxy  2m ago @NIN

Not true again. Within the first second, both cars will fall roughly the same pace, but by 3 seconds, air resistance is already taking over. The heavier Car will start to edge out already. In fact at NO point would the lighter Car be faster than the heavier Car and no point would the heavier Car be slower than the lighter car. Faster is faster. Even if it’s only a little bit

And didn’t you say, falling from a plane? Now you’re changing the argument to cliff to save face.


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Billet  2m ago @NIN

A two cars of same drag coefficient. One weighs 1000 kg. Other 1500. They are both accelerated equally by gravity. (But force is different since F = ma). Aero drag builds up with speed and reduces gravitational acceleration. But aero drag is a function of velocity alone. Assuming both cars are falling equally fast initially, drag force on both cars will be the same. But the heavier car decelerates less. ( a = F/m ). It's simple math. Terminal velocity has nothing to do with this.


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manone  2m ago @Billet

last Saxy's and billet's posts are correct, assuming the cars are the same as well as the position they assume during the fall. I guess with "terminal velocity" NIN means when drag force equals car's weight, hence no more acceleration, so that has lot to do with the discussion, assuming car's fall is long enough.

back to the initial situation, one car is 600kg heavier than the other and has a worse cda. It may very well be that the heavier car will never accelerate faster then the lighter car, depending on its cda (e.g. heavier car with few big parachutes attached). since the cars are agera (lighter) and demon, i cannot exclude demon will crash later at the bottom of the cliff...lol


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hostboy  1m ago

Absolutely faster than Demon


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stephenpbroad  1w ago @Fastedee

Check you basic physics from school. It will fall at the same speed no matter what the weight. Idiot.


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Fastedee  1w ago @stephenpbroad

Check you or your? The Demon is less aerodynamic and will have a higher terminal velocity when dropped off say Gros Morne or Slieve League.


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SullivanSoprano  1w ago @Fastedee

Especially with that ******* Stephen in the trunk boyo lololol.


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hostboy  5m ago

It's still faster than the Bugatti Chiron.


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Fastedee  11m ago

Record at Spa but no big name Tracks?

 

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Zoli  5m ago

Spa is one of the biggest name, so I don’t know what are you talking about. Suzuka is also a big...


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Tyrone1  5m ago @Zoli

Maybe in racing terms. But for the testing of road cars, its basically No Man's Land. There are no real official times which are set there. Companies dont go out of their way to lap... SPA. Which plays into koenigsegg's hands. One:1 is the fastest because no one else bothers to go there.


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Zoli  5m ago @Tyrone1

One:1 is the fastest even if everyone goes there. No-one is even close to their performance all around.
But if you take the effort to check the Spa lap times right here on this site, you will find plenty other cars. I’m not sure if they also had practice laps only, like the One:1 though...


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Tyrone1  5m ago @Zoli

I admit they are in a class of their own when accelerating above 180 mph. before that however....
An amateur WITH TRAFFIC got an 675LT round spa in 2:38 and 2:36. Scale that up to a pro driver, remove traffic you get it down to 2:32. Im not bashing the One:1 its an impressive car but i dont believe it is faster than some of the really quick stuff like the holy trinity or even a 720s. You just cant use that power effectively.


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Tyrone1  5m ago @Zoli

Also you'll note i said "official times". I am aware that other cars have lapped spa. But none of these times are actual diehard, hotlaps conducted in a ideal environment. They are mostly just amateur laps. Off the top of my head i can tell you the p1 and the LT laps are amateur.


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Fastedee  5m ago @Tyrone1

LaFerrari Spa lap insult even to drunken amateurs.


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Fastedee  5m ago @Tyrone1

They should get driver of 430 Scuderia to lap ZO6, ZR1,720 s, Senna,Ford GT, GT2 RS, AMG GT-R, 488 GTB and 488 GTO at Spa.


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Zoli  5m ago @Tyrone1

The One:1 Spa lap is on youtube. It also has traffic, and clearly a practice lap.
Also Spa is a perfect track for the Koenigsegg, which favors the fast tracks, where it can fully use it’s superior power and grip.Your argument would be more valid on slower tracks, like Nurburgring.
It has more power, less weight and more grip than the holy trinity, so all facts supports that the One:1 is way faster, and we have nothing against it. But I agree it is harder to drive, so an average driver might be better off with a Porsche 918.

Since this is a factual site, I’m curious if you have any factual argument saying any car is faster around the track. All the performance figures, all the engineering detalils, all of the few actual lap times shows that the Koenigsegg builds incerdible machines.

I would love to see more lap times though, but there are very few cars out there with crazy high prices, so it must be hard to find anyone who will risk it. Crashing one of these is worse than crashing a Chiron because of their rarity.


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manone  5m ago

"Record at Spa but no big name Tracks?" that is absolutely true. there are plenty of f1-class tracks which do not have a reference by any serious car. Think about Monza, Imola, Mugello just to name 3 in Italy, but there are plenty of others well rounded tracks like Spa that are very complete with handling sections and fast-aero ones as well. Automotive is just a world doped by germans, and others, especially italians, who just sit there and watch them doing their thing. Japanese, british and americans are at least trying to pump up their own tracks and cars.


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Tyrone1  5m ago @Zoli

Not convinced the Nordschleife is much slower than Spa. If at all. But i'm diverging from the point. My point is: Koenigsegg deliberately picked out a track where there would be little "official" competition. As i stated before, manufacturers seldom go there and post laptimes. All they would have to beat is a couple of amateur times.

I am not bashing the car, having seen the lap already it is clear how potent it is, and it could go even faster (i'm fairly certain a supercar can take Eau rouge at >160kph + another couple of lines to be trimmed)

I would contest your claim that it has more grip than the holytrinity. Using this unique video as evidence (not ideal but its all we got) i dont see it pulling any more than 1.4 lateral gs on a track with fast flowing bends like Spa.
Lets compare with our good friend Chris Harris's video on the P1 around Portimao. It pulls 1.7-1.8 lateral gs through turn 10. Purely based off of this, i can say that it is doubtful that the One:1 has more grip than the holy trinity. Sure, track conditions, tyres, driver... etc are all variables to this deduction but it is more indicative than not.

Tirade over


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FastestLaps  5m ago @Tyrone1

It seems to me that Koenigsegg are building cars for headline figures - top speed and power. They are scared to test it on Nurburgring, not necessarily because they are scared of losing (although they probably are), but because it is potentially deadly.

Maybe that's why they aren't lending any cars out to journalists - they don't want dead journalists.


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Tyrone1  5m ago @FastestLaps

Agreed...


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Christian collingwood   2m ago @FastestLaps

They banned it from competing a lap around tbere due to a got killing a spectator and put speed restrictions on the track eventually stopping outright lap record attempts... it's all on a documentary call APEX


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SOA  1y ago

As I known,One:1 is 1360kg and 1360hp
not 1340
You should add chassis #110 is 1420hp

 

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Steve  7m ago

The horsepower they wrote is in brake horsepower (imperial) but the numbers that Koenigsegg says is in horsepower/PS (metric)
That is why you have two different numbers, one is imperial and the other is metric. 1341bhp/1360hp.


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Fred  2y ago

If you haven't already, check out the documentary called "Apex" on netflix. It explains alot about the brand and recent setbacks with track tests and what not.


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BR2+  2y ago

Im kinda getting annoyed with them too, What is the point in making a car like this, With the aerodynamic property's of a LM car, Then not having a single test of it? Hell atleast most Ferraris are actually tested, Where Koenigseggs...Arent, The last time one was, Was when the CCR did the Nardo ring, And even that wasnt a real test, Making a Koenigsegg is like making a delicious mela....Then not eating it..

 

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DJC  1y ago

I think you already know why there are zero independent tests. If their car lived up to its hype they would be challenging every other manufacturer rather than doing pointless rolling start drag races on GTBoard


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saxy  1y ago @DJC

Back a while ago Salomandrin tried to put the Agera R with the 918 to test or something. Both were customer cars, and at the last minute the Agera became unavailable. He implied that koenigsegg told the owner not to participate or something


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saxy  2y ago

Nope.


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Shaggy  2y ago

Has this top speed been proven?


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saxy re  2y ago

depends on how long runway they got. It got the max record at 240mph, also on a runway. take a timer and see how long it takes for him to hit 225mph ;)


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saxy  2y ago

Anyone watch the high speed run by Topgear America on this car? tanner Foust achieved 225mph on the koenigsegg runway. Tbh, it did not look particularly that fast... At least not 0-400kph in 20s quick.

 

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DJC  1y ago

I have never seen single video (Vmax200, GTBoard etc) where it beat even a 911 turbo in the quarter mile. There is simply no way it would maange to get anywhere near that speed in stock form in 20 Sec.


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luckyluke  3y ago

I think he means the megawatt of power, but I have no idea why he thinks that a roll cage is important to archieve it.


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mrft  3y ago

Roll cage reinforcement is very important to achieve the mega number of this car.

What do you mean, 'mega number'?


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Nail it  3y ago

Roll cage reinforcement is very important to achieve the mega number of this car.


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AutoNews Australia  3y ago

swedish eggs for breakfast


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fakekillerfour  3y ago

please remove "agera" from the name of the car.


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abcdeghi  3y ago

this is the track oriented edition of agera so i guess it may have slower topspeed than agera r.still impressive lap on spa despite traffic and lower power than usual.may do below 2:30 if there was no traffic and if it was on full power.


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saxy  3y ago

Yeah unless the Koenig removes all the wing and the front downforce, at its current state, the Venom will guaranty have more top speed

And no doubt I'd have the Koenig over a suped lotus any day


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BR2+  3y ago

Considering the One: 1 had 140Bhp more, A dct, And 4 times the price, In terms of performance, A Venom is WAY more impressive, But gimme this Kony any day.

But give them the top dragsters, best conditions, 20 miles of room, And i bet the Venom would pull the One: 1 hard, After 230Mph though is anyones guess.


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LamboLp640  3y ago

Someone should edit this page!
Remove "Agera" from the name of the car and put 0-300 time of 11,92 sec. Its confirmed...Look it up


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saxy  3y ago

that being said... they've must have done like so many runs and so many tries to get that record. all those videos on youtube have 911 GTS, Huracans putting shame onto the n'egg up to the 7-8s mark.


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saxy  3y ago

from the video it says the car hit 100kph in 3.3s and 200 in just under 6.64. So up to this point, since it was slower in the first 4 seconds than the P1,Laf, 918, it's safe to say at 7 second mark, all 3 should be about the same in distance.

at 9.5s the 1:one is at 257kph/160mph. take this point and the Laferrari's downhill 9.7 @ 148.5.

I'd guess 9.5-9.6.

These numbers aren't accurate because when carlos says 9.7 for the ferrari, it could be 9.79, and car geeks aren't good at math. that's a 9.8 in my books but drag racers like to exaggerate. a 10.9 car would be called a "10 second car" so yeah, hard to say.


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Iggz  3y ago

This car did better in spa than the Porsche spyder. With all those long straights at the NB and the right driver it has the potential to kick its ass for sure !


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Iggz  3y ago

What about 1/4 mile. Anyone knows ?


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saxy  3y ago

Wow that's lame. Might as well ban everyone from walking out the door or going on the subway. You might get MERS or get run over. The Nurburgring is popular only because it's challenging and it's a benchmark. Now it's neither


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Myname  3y ago

apex-the-movie.com/blog/2015/6/18/the-nrburgring-just-banned-lap-records

Nurburgring lap records are banned.


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futu123456  3y ago

koenigsegg.com/koenigsegg-one1-exceeds-world-speed-records-in-practice/

0-300 kmh: 11.922 seconds
300-0 kmh: 6.032 seconds
0-300-0 kmh: 17.95 seconds

0-200 mph: 14.328 seconds
200-0 mph: 6.384 seconds
0-200-0 mph: 20.71 seconds


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saxy  3y ago

0-200mph in 14.3


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fakekillerfour  3y ago

0-300 km/h: 11.92 sec
300-0 km/h: 6.03 sec
0-300-0 km/h: 17.95 sec

https://youtu.be/02K1CaUpAJA


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Myname  3y ago

The car is called Koenigsegg One:1, there is no "Agera" in the name.
Someone should change it.

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