Bugatti was the first to enter the 300mph+ (482km/h) car club with the Chiron Super Sport 300+ in September last year.
Although the car from the factory comes with a limited speed of 440 km/h, the customer who ordered such a car can lift this limit.
Koenigsegg already wants to break the 300-mph barrier. When presenting the Agera RS model at the Geneva Motor Show a year ago, the company mentioned a Jesko 300 variant that can climb up to 482.2 km/h.
Koenigsegg is confident that Jesko will break its fastest Agera RS record of 445 km/h. There are even reports that the company is working to break the 500km/h barrier.
In March when the Geneva Motor Show arrives, Koenigsegg will bring the Mission 500 model that can reach dizzying speeds.