Koenigsegg rolled out its latest special-edition Agera, the RS Gryphon, featuring 24-carat gold accents, at the Geneva Motor Show this past week.

The Swedish-made hypercar will, like its less extravagantly detailed analogues, feature a twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing 1,341 horsepower, reports CarScoops.

The RS Gryphon’s body will be finished in clearcoat-covered carbon fibre, while its stripes, logos, hood struts, engine badging, and interior trimmings will be made of gold.

A car-matched custom carbon-fibre racing helmet will also receive gold accents, in keeping with the car’s 24-carat theme.

The Gryphon was named after a mythological creature which had the body and rear legs of a lion and the head, wings, and front talons of an eagle—it’s likely this car’s price tag will be nearly as intimidating as the creature to which it owes its name.

(CarScoops)