We’ve come to an end of an era because Koenigsegg has announced that the Agera range of vehicles is now complete. These two cars you see before you are known as Final Edition (FE) cars, and they are individually named as Thor and Väder.

The Swedish carmaker is quick to clarify that the Final Edition designation is actually a “series within a series.” Confused? To explain, the two Agera FE cars being presented are part of a three-car Agera Final series that was first announced way back in March 2016 with the Agera Final One of 1.

These Agera Final series cars are based on the Agera RS but come with all the options available to owners at no additional cost, which includes the development of bespoke aerodynamic features.

For those who want to know, Thor sports a two-tone clear carbon finish with diamond flakes in select sections of the paintwork. It also comes fitted with a large LeMans-style dorsal fin for high-speed stability as well as Koenigsegg’s active aerodynamic solutions.

Meanwhile, Väder is finished in clear carbon with diamond flakes, with highlights in white gold leaf. Other visual attractions include two small rear winglets and bespoke cutouts that reveal the skeleton supporting the function of the active rear wing.

Both cars incorporate custom-designed front winglets, enlarged front and rear spoilers and the 1 MW engine upgrade. The last item sees the 5.0 litre twin-turbo V8 producing 1,360 PS or 1,341 hp, along with 1,371 Nm of torque.

The Agera has been around for a very long time (2010-2018), giving birth to many advancements like Koenigsegg’s unique Triplex suspension system, numerous aerodynamic advances and the Aircore hollow-spoke carbon-fibre wheel. In RS form, the hypercar also managed to set five world speed records in a day.

Koenigsegg has already teased the unnamed successor to the Agera, and it is this image above that depicts a car with a huge rear wing, prominent diffusers and an oddly familiar roof shape. The model is expected to make its public debut at next year’s Geneva Motor Show, and will likely be gunning for the world’s fastest production car title like its predecessor.