In September 2017, the Bugatti Chiron was able to accelerate from zero to 400 km/h and then make a complete stop in just 41.96 seconds, but in October the record was beaten by the Koenigsegg Agera RS model. During the arrival at the aerodrome in Denmark, the Swedish supercar also managed to accelerate to 400 km/h and completely stop, but did it already for 36.44 seconds, surpassing his opponent by almost 5.5 seconds. For this Koenigsegg Agera RS it took 2 441 meters of roadway, while acceleration to 400 km/h took 26.88 seconds from the car, and it took 9.56 seconds to brake. For comparison, Shironu needed 3,112 meters for the record, and spent 32.6 and 9.3 seconds on the acceleration and braking of the two-door drive, respectively. For the record, the Swedes used a serial copy of the model, which in the near future will be handed over to the client from the US, while the cabin was additionally fitted with a safety cage, and the aerodynamic elements of the car’s body were pasted with a protective yellow film.