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Koenigsegg CCR
Koenigsegg CCR
Koenigsegg
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Production 2004-2006
Class Supercar
Body Style 2-door roadster
Length 165.0 in
Width 78.3 in
Height 42.1 in
Wheelbase 104.7 in
Weight 2,601 lb
Transmission 6-speed manual
Engine 4.7 L Ford V8
Power N/A hp @ N/A rpm
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
Similar similar (competition)
Designer Sven-Harry Akesson
David Craaford

The Koenigsegg CCR is a supercar made by Koenigsegg. It briefly held the world speed record for a production car. Designed and manufactured in Ängelholm, Sweden, it made it's debut at the 2004 Geneva Auto Show. A silver ghost decorates each CCR vehicle. This is to honour the Swedish Fighter Jet Squadron No. 1, which left its localities to Koenigsegg after being shut down in 2003. The ghost was the symbol of the squadron.


See Autopedia's comprehensive Koenigsegg CCR Review.

StatisticsEdit

Make and Model: Koenigsegg CCR
Year: 2004
Engine Type: 4.7 Liter V8
Torque: 678.6lb-ft@5700rpm
Acceleration 0-60: 3.8 s
Suspension: Double Wishbones w/Pushrod Actuated VPS Shock Absorbers, Coil Springs, Anti-Roll Bar
Wheel Base: 104.7 inches
List Price: $650,000
Horsepower: 806bhp@6900rpm
Top Speed: 241.1 mph
Brakes: Vented Discs w/6-Pot Calipers, ABS
Transmission: Cima 6-Speed Manual w/Air to Oil Cooler, 215mm AP Racing Clutch
Weight: 2712 lbs

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See alsoEdit

Koenigsegg logo
KOENIGSEGG

Koenigsegg


Current

Regera · Agera RS

Historic

CC · CC8S · CCR · CCX · CCXR

Racing

CCGT

Concept

CC Prototype · Quant Concept


Bård Eker


Christian von Koenigsegg Official website independent

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