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The Infotainment system is modular and can be upgraded over time, with new exciting features as we envision them. It is a great platform for us to make the CCX even more communicative. For example, it will be possible for drivers to record lap times, power levels and G-forces. On the CCXR model it will be possible to read ethanol mixture and how much this effects the power level. The ATM Paddelshift system features a completely new gearbox design, which has been developed for the CCX. The gea

The Koenigsegg CCXR Edition has won a large reader vote in the german magazine POWER CAR. It won the category "imported rare production car" and was named winner and POWER CAR OF THE YEAR 2008 as the most desirable, prestigious and exclusive super sports car in Germany.

Koenigsegg Automotive, the Swedish super car manufacturer was founded in 1994 by Christian von Koenigsegg, who had a dream to build the fastest, lightest, most aerodynamic Supercar in the World. A decade later, his dream came true and today Koenigsegg cars have got one of the highest ranked pedigrees in the supercar industry, which includes world records, awards and outstanding resumes from the world press. Koenigsegg has so far delivered 62 cars around the world, which includes five cars to

When thinking about supercars, one of the last things that spring to mind is their environmental friendliness. Even though the very low and exclusive production volume of Koenigsegg can hardly be considered to have a measurable impact on the Co2 problem that the global society is facing, it is an impressive statement that even a small and extreme company like Koenigsegg can afford to develop environmentally focussed solutions. By following conscientious and forward thinking strategies, Koenig

DOWN TUNED TO 600+ HP in order to comply with race regulations. Koenigsegg has created a new race car - the CCGT, based on the production CC-model range. The CCGT complies with the ACO and FIA GT1 regulations. The CCGT engine is based on the Koenigsegg CCX production engine with the superchargers removed but enlarged to 5.0 litre. The reliability of the race engine is expected be exceptional as it is based on the proven strength and durability of the signifi cantly more powerful road car e