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Koenigsegg CCR holds the Top Speed Guinnes Record

The Koenigsegg CCR was the evolution of the previous CC8S that was famous in the car world community. This was first produced between 2004 and 2006. Those were the years when auto fans wanted something that would impress them not just in performance but also in the aesthetic side. The car was featured to the public and since then there are only 14 car models that were produced. If you will compare this to the previous product CC8S, this car have a better body and the car maker focused on the overall look.

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 top view

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 top view

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 rear view

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 rear view

Koenigsegg CCR 2004

Koenigsegg CCR 2004

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 side view

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 side view

Koenigsegg CCR Exterior

The car is built with materials that are exciting and new especially in the automotive world. However, it has proven to be great even if it goes against the normal ceramic type which is a standard for a lot of car models. It has a unique design which increases the response and sensitivity of the low end throttling. The appearance is just equally striking because all of the parts are made from metal and constructed with the help of a machine. Also its surface is colored with anodized aluminum which makes it even more a striking car.

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 rear view

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 rear view

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 open doors

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 open doors

Koenigsegg CCR Interior

The cabin is pretty much like its predecessor but it is much spacious this time. It is equipped with all the high tech features. The dials of the gauges are big enough for the driver to see. The seats are comfortable .

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 interior

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 interior

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 interior

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 interior

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 speedometer

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 speedometer

Koenigsegg CCR Performance

This car holds the Guinness record  as the fastest vehicle that was produced in Italy. It has been tested in Nardo test track during the year of 2005. The performance of this car is so great that reached the top speed of 388 km/h which is super fast. The number is expected from a car coming from koenigsegg. It was able to beat the record of Mclaren F1 that was holding the record for eight consecutive years already. This innovation car was able to set a record for its own name along with various tracks. This has unmatched holding due to the set up done by Koenigsegg suspension. It is also equipped with custom built shock absorbers that were also created in Italy. It was produced only for the purpose of racing and comes in small series. For someone who can own this product, this is well suited no matter what is your preference in driving. To optimize the air flow of this car engine, the CCR Cylindrical Throttlewas introduced by a team of engineers who were a part of this car making. They implemented the technology and were able to optimize the whole performance of the car. You will love the brakes as well because they are developed specially for those who love the AP racing. What is unique about CCR is that it features new technology to make sure that the breaking capacity will match the terminal shifts which are unavoidable during racing. The ventilation system is stable.

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 engine

Koenigsegg CCR 2004 engine

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 engine

Koenigsegg CCR Edo 2011 engine

 

Performance
Dimensions
Engine: 4.7 L Supercharged V8 Length: 4,191 mm (165.0 in)
Displacement: 4700 cc Width:  1,989 mm (78.3 in)
Horsepower: 806 bhp @ 6900 rpm Height: 1,069 mm (42.1 in)
Max RPM: 7600 rpm Maximum Seating: 2
Torque: 678 lb-ft @ 5700 rpm Wheelbase: 2,659 mm (104.7 in)
Transmission: 6 Speed Manual Luggage Capacity: NA
0-60 mph: 3,2 seconds
Top Speed: 241.01 mph

 

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