Due to the begging of Koenigsegg customers, Koenigsegg has decided to put the CCX and CCXR into limited production. The CCX features a 4.8 liter twin supercharged Koenigsegg engine that produces 888 horsepower, while the ethanol E85 burning CCXR produces 1,018 horsepower.
The cars are more track friendly as compared to the standard model with stiffer springs and anti-roll bars, reset dampers and lowered chassis. It features a fully visible carbon fiber body, a large adjustable rear wing, larger front splitter and side strakes for increased down force and a unique forged wheel design.
Koenigsegg will make only 14 units of the CCX and 6 units of the CCXR. Both models will cost more than $2 million. But hey, at least both come with 5 years of free service and warranty.
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Due to request from certain Koenigsegg Clients and Customers, Koenigsegg has created a Limited Edition version of its sought after cars. The Koenigsegg Edition comes in two limited versions, the CCX and CCXR models.
It features a 4.8L twin supercharged Koenigsegg engine, together with many other unique features. The car is more track biased compared to the standard models, as it has stiffer springs and anti-roll bars, reset dampers and lowered chassis. It also features a fully visible carbon body a large adjustable rear wing, larger front splitter and side strakes for increased down force and a unique forged wheel design.
The interior is also reworked and features; color matched leather carpets, Edition side step plates, Edition chronograph instrument cluster, New edition only layout for the center consol control panels.
All other extra equipment comes as standard, such as Carbon Wheels, Special interior trim and color, Rearview camera, Satnav or Bluetooth, Amplifiers, complete Inconell exhaust system in order to save weight.
The Edition cars will be built in two different versions, a CCX model limited to 14 cars with 888 bhp and a CCXR (Bio flexi fuel) model limited to 6 cars with 1018 bhp. The price for the 888 hp CCX is 1 330 000 Euro, and 1 500 000 Euro for the 1018 hp CCXR (E85/petrol flexfuel) version. The two first of each version are already spoken for.
Each car comes with 5 years free Service and Warranty.
Unveiling of the Edition versions will be at the Geneva Motor show in March 2008, where the first delivery will take place.
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