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Koenigsegg CCR

The Koenigsegg CCR 2-door, 2-seater coupe is a beautiful brute. While the Koenigsegg CCR looks bigger and bulkier than other sports cars, it has one of the most fluid designs and is clearly tuned for a single purpose, speed. It's aerodynamic build sports a low drag coefficient of 0.30 and is considered one of the fastest cars ever to hit the streets.


Koenigsegg CCR




The Koenigsegg CCR briefly held the world speed record for a production car, setting it in February of 2005, breaking at top speed of 241 mph while driving in a constant turning motion. The CCR has a projected maximum speed of 250 mph on a straight line.

The test was held in the Nardo Prototipo proving ground in Italy, which hosted a circular racetrack. The record was broken a month later on a straight track by a Bugatti super car, but was enough to solidify Koenigsegg's position as one of the fastest road machines in the market.

Cursed with a hard-to-pronounce name, the Koenigsegg CCR can further melt the words out of your mouth with its stunning beauty. It looms at you like a complete, well-rounded predator with its size, design and performance. The side air apertures and front splitter give the Koenigsegg CCR a bold and unique look. The hard top is easily removed and lends a different look when kept down. The vertically-hinged doors, the electronically adjustable ride height, and the large 19-inch front wheels all come together beautifully to offer a ride most of us can only dream of ever enjoying.

At 2600 lbs of pure power, no angle seems amiss and the Koenigsegg CCR looks gorgeous from any point of view and in any position.

The Power

Powered by a supercharged 4.7-litre V8 engine, the Koenigsegg CCR coupe can go from 0 to 60 mph in a mere 3.2 seconds and claims to achieve a quarter-mile in 9 seconds flat. The engine is mounted behind the driver in the mid-rear position, and uses a Swedish Lysholm twin-screw compressor and an exhaust system made of high-grade titanium.

The electronically operated clutch (dual plate and oil-cooled) allows for amazingly fast gear shifts. Both body and chassis are made from carbon fiber, reinforced by Kevlar and aluminum honeycomb, as well as hard-foam lightweight sandwich reinforcements. The suspension system has been declared by expert test-drivers to provide better handling than any competing supercar during its time.

The Koenigsegg CCR's top recorded speed from the Nardo Prototipo run is 387.87 kph at 6790 rpm. It has a maximum engine revolution of 7600 rpm and produces a colossal 806 bhp and a torque of 920 Nm at 5700 rpm. Fuel consumption is estimated at 13 liters for every 60 miles driven and the Koenigsegg CCR needs a mere 100 feet of ground when decelerating from 60 mph to zero.

The Koenigsegg CCR has custom-built racing shock absorbers that allow extensive fine-tuning to suit preferences and adjustments for an optimal racing experience.

The Price

The Koenigsegg CCR retails for $595,000, less than half the price of the Bugatti's $1.2 million Veryron which edged its speed record to officially become the fastest production car in September of 2005.

Like all Koenigsegg supercars, it is highly customizable and built specially for each buyer. Possible customizations are the extreme-racing Twin-Fin wings which provide down-force without obstructing the rear view, 20-inch Koenigsegg magnesium wheels, bigger brakes, a sequential gearbox, and rear parking sensors.

No other car will suit the street legal racing enthusiast like the beautiful brute, the Koenigsegg CCR,



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