Koenigsegg Showing Off CCX And CCXR Edition At Geneva Auto Show

Written by tonks on February 28, 2008

Koenigsegg EditionThree months ago we heard about the Koenigsegg CCX and CCXR Edition supercars and the power that they would be bringing to the table. All you need to do is to take one look at them and you can immediately see the power that it holds beneath those gleaming hoods. We are excited to announce that we will be given a close up look at the Geneva Auto Show.

We do have a bit of information on the two exotic supercars – but getting the chance to view them up close will give us a better idea at what they can dish out. For now we know that the CCX Edition will sport a V8 4.8 liter engine that has the ability to produce 888 horsepower. The CCXR will have the same engine except that it will be ethanol burning and it will be able to produce 1,018 horsepower.

Both models will come in the bare carbon fiber with red accents on the CCXR. Both will be given the special interior that will include leather carpets that match and special gadgets and controls.

Only 14 of the CCX Editions and 6 of the CCXR Editions will be made. In case you were wondering two have already been snatched up and each of them were bought for over $2 million each.

Posted Under: Supercars

Reader Comments

Wow… Another awesome super car scheduled to launch… :D I like the new look… And it really looks hot and sexy in red and black… Awesome post! Thanks! :)

Written By Jake on March 3rd, 2008 @ 5:48 am

This car doesn’t worth 1,5 million of euros…its inside is not at the height of a Ferrari or a Lamborghini, it looks like a Smart!
Doesn’t matter if it has 1000 HP or more, outside is beautiful,inside is the worst car ever made…it’s even hard to get into the car!!

Written By Gio on March 6th, 2008 @ 2:51 pm

Koenigsegg can really make some huge market with his this spending look, but they need to think about some price about this car if that could make some good level than sure for this will be most selling car for next year

Written By Rob on November 2nd, 2010 @ 7:19 am

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