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They've done it before and now they've done it again. What are we talking about here? The 0-300-0 km/h record, that's what. 

A few years back, in 2011, to be exact, the Swedish supercar manufacturer, Koenigsegg, set a new record for the fastest standing run from 0-300km/h and back down to 0km/h with a staggering time of only 21.29 seconds with their magnificent Agera R. Since then they've come up with the world's first true megacar, the 1360HP One:1, and even faster more extreme version on the Agera R. 

This week they finally deciced to put it to the test properly and put their factory driver, Robert Serwanski, behind the wheel at their test track in Ängelholm for some runs. The result achieved is simply asthonishing, with the One:1 sprinting up to 300 km/h from a standstill and back to a full stop again in just 17.95 seconds. That's a mighty impressive 3.24-second improvement over its previous record, which is what you might have come to expect from Christian von Koenigsegg. They've set the bar up high once again, and we're sure they'll be able to hold onto this crown firmly for quite some time. 

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