Bugatti had recently clinched onto the world title for making the world's fastest and most powerful car with its 2017 Chiron model reaching 0-400km/hr and back to zero in just 41.96 seconds, but there's a new game-changer.
The Koenigsegg Agera RS hypercar with 1,360-horsepower and 1,011 pound-feet of torque beat the record going from 0-400km/hr and back to zero in just 36.44 - that's 5.52 seconds faster than the Chiron.
Juan Pablo Montoya drove the Bugatti Chiron while Niklas Lilja himself drove the Koenigsegg to victory. The record was set on October 1st, 2017 at Vandel, a former Danish military airbase that now serves as a big solar-energy farm.
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