Koenigsegg CCX

Koenigsegg CCX

It was Lamborghini Lamborghini and Ferrari Ferrari , how could we not have some news about a Koenigsegg CCX crashed? Not a good news indeed, but can’t wonder what is wrong with this supercars? What can be wrong with a car that has an output of 800 hp, make the 0 to 60 mph sprint in just 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of 245 mph? A nephew of the owner of one of the biggest shops in Sweeden decided to make a course with the brand new car and go out of the dealer shop like if it were a normal car. But for his (...)
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Ten of the most fabulous cars of 2006 are put togheter by Car and Driver in a quite impressive list. Criteria? Luxury, style, prestige, speed, and price. Top ten most fabulous cars of 2006 Bugatti Bugatti Veyron 16.4 - Price: $1.2 million (est) Koenigsegg Koenigsegg CCX - Price: $720,000 (est) Maybach Maybach 62 - Price: $377,750 Rolls-Royce Rolls-Royce Phantom - Price: $328,750 Lamborghini Lamborghini Murcielago roadster - Price: $319,110 Ferrari 599 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano - Price: $250,000 (est) Bentley (...)
A few days before its official debut this week-end, the the Koenigsegg CCX Koenigsegg CCX was spied on the streets of Southern California. The car has also been spotted during filming of an upcoming movie where it makes an appearance with other exotics like the Ferrari Ferrari Enzo and Porsche Carrera GT. The CCX is the latest iteration of the Koenigsegg Koenigsegg CC family. It has a maximum horsepower of 806 hp, weigh just 2200 lbs, and reach 62 mph in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 250 mph. The car will cost $650,000 - (...)
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The Koenigsegg CCX Koenigsegg CCX posted a new lap record on the famous TV show: Top Gear. The CCX, driven by the infamous Stig, achieved a lap time of 1.17.6, slashing the previous lap record of 1.18.4. “This is a very prestigious record.” stated Christian von Koenigsegg, CEO for Koenigsegg Automotive AB. “We have once more demonstrated to the world that Koenigsegg stands for absolute performance.”

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