The boutique hypecar builder Koenigsegg has confirmed that the limited edition Koenigsegg One:1 will be specially exhibited in March at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
The Swedish manufacturer only built six production cars and all of them have already been sold. Expected to become the fastest production car in the world, the One:1 boasts 1044 kW and weighs 1400 kg which will include all fluids and the weight of an average-sized driver.
The "One:1" nameplate refers to the vehicle's power-to-weight ratio, which although incredible, is not as impressive as the aerodynamic redesign and redevelopment of the Koenigsegg One:1 compared to the Koenigsegg Agera R.
Koenigsegg's engineers say the One:1 can theoretically reach top speeds of more than 450 km/h, which will most likely be limited by the tyres.
The Swedish company expects the One:1 to set new records for the sprint time from 0-200 km/h, 300 km/h, and they estimate hitting 400 km/h from standstill in approximately 20 seconds.
The car is further equipped with carbon fibre wheels, a new front fascia with a more aggressive lower front splinter and a fixed roof with a carbon fibre air scoop. The rear is completed by a large rear wing, a new diffuser and a central exhaust outlet.