In November this year, Koenigsegg took an Agera RS to a closed section of Highway 160 near Pahrump, Nevada to set five new world records. This included, among others, the highest top speed for a production vehicle, with an average speed of 446.97 km/h (277.87 mph).

The person behind the wheel at the time was Koenigsegg’s own factory driver, Niklas Lilja, who managed to take the car up to 457.94 km/h (284.55 mph) at one point. If you’ve ever wondered what that would be like from inside the cabin of the car, you’ve come to the right place.

The Swedish carmaker has posted a video showing interior footage during the highest speed run of the day, where we can see the speedometer and recording equipment climb to (and go beyond briefly) the mind-boggling figure.

Now, we’ll just have to wait for the Bugatti Chiron to provide an answer, with the Hennessey Venom F5 being another viable competitor for the speed king title too.