Koenigsegg has officially revealed the Agera RS at the Geneva Motor Show. The latest evolution of the model packs the same 5.0L twin-turbo V8 as the previous versions, but here with an impressive 1,160 horsepower. In addition to the extra boost, the RS has gotten an extensive external makeover as well, with the addition of a front splitter, front winglets, side skirts, underbody and active rear spoiler, and composite construction in the chassis and body that make this model lighter than any of its predecessors. Despite being engineered mainly for the track, the vehicle can actually be registered for road use worldwide, meaning that the Agera RS might be one of the fastest cars to ever hit the streets. Unfortunately, the likelihood of us ever seeing one on the road is slim: Koenigsegg only has plans to make 25 of them, and 10 were already pre-sold before even making its debut.