The Koenigsegg Agera RS just demoslished Bugatti Chiron’s jaw dropping 0-400-0 World record, which it had created only a month ago. In September, Bugatti had claimed the world record for the fastest car to accelerate from 0–400kph and back to zero again, with former F1 speed demon Juan Pablo Montoya (the holder of the fastest ever lap in F1) at its wheel. The Chiron went from 0–400–0kph in just 41.96 seconds. And now the Agera RS has punched through that record by clocking its own mindbloggling 36.44 seconds for the 0-400-0kph sprint and brake hair-raiser. The Agera RS out sprinted the Bugatti Chiron to 400kph, reaching the mind-bending speed in just 26.88secs versus the Chiron’s 32.6secs, and even took lesser distance to cover the run—just 1.9 kilometres compared to the Chiron’s 2.6 kilometres of tarmac. Koenigsegg factory driver Niklas Lilja was the man behind the wheel in this insane acceleration.