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Drivers patch up their cars with second-hand parts and roll cages, stripping the interiors of all but the front seat, steering wheel and dashboard.
In European markets, the RS will come equipped with a titanium roll cage; unfortunately, federal regulations in the United States will not allow such awesomeness for us.
Ingenuity Fab and Speed in Conroe did the rear suspension and roll cage.
Whereas other production sports car must get a roll cage installed, the GT’s carbon-composite safety cell has one already built in, partly explaining the low ceiling.
Destined for America, this Agera RS features Koenigsegg’s 1MW engine upgrade providing 1360 horsepower and 1011 lb-ft of torque, as well as the optional removable roll cage.
The machine looks like some Mad Max version of a recumbent bicycle, only with training wheels, a giant steel roll cage, and a 68-inch, three-bladed propeller strapped to the back end.
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