@ 6900 rpm
Koenigsegg CCR was designed and manufactured in Ängelholm, Sweden.
The CCR was introduced at the 2004 Geneva Auto Show. The CCR
is based on the Koenigsegg CC8S, but develops more power and
higher performance. The CCR's power increase was achieved with
the use of dual centrifugal compressors and fitment of a new
titanium exhaust system. This took the power output to 806 hp
@ 6900 rpm, and peak torque to 678 lb-ft @ 5400 rpm.
The Koenigsegg CCR is a two-door, two-seater with a removable
hardtop which can be stowed under the front boot lid. The body
is made of preimpregnated carbonfibre/kevlar and lightweight
hard-foam sandwich reinforcements.
The exterior of the Koenigsegg CCR is almost identical to the
CC8S, but features a new side air-intake design, a revised headlight
arrangement, a modified rear-end, larger brake discs, and a
new front splitter for improved downforce.
Similar and related vehicles:
- Koenigsegg CCX
- Koenigsegg CCR
- Koenigsegg CC8S