Koenigsegg CCXR is a Swedish supercar, which is considered to be the most powerful in the world in the point of view of environmental cleanness at the moment. It is a modification of CCX. Koenigsegg CCXR debuted at the legendary auto show in Geneva in 2007. CCXR is often called "Veyron killer" because it was created to beat the speed record of Bugatti Veyron. Also it consider to be faster than such competitors as McLaren F1, Ferrari Enzо, Porsche Carrera GT and many other supercars with famous brands.
Interior of Koenigsegg Edition CCXR has its own unique design. Body of the vehicle does not have color, so one of the fastest cars of the planet now appears in a "dress" of unpainted carbon fiber. However, in comparison with the hero of the famous Andersen’s fairy tale, Koenigsegg obtains much nicer view to the eye. Under the hood of Koenigsegg CCXR hides 1018-hp engine that works on a special "burning" mixture of ethanol (ecological fuel) and a special spirit that allows you to create the ideal conditions for the maximum torque of 1060 Nm and reach the speed of 100 km/h in just 3,2 seconds and get maximum speed of 400 km/h. Constructors tried to create it as lighter as possible, fully loaded weight is just 1280 kg. That was achieved by using carbon fiber for the body. In addition in Europe there is an old proverb: "The devil is in the details". So, if you thing about every small things of vehicle, you can also significantly reduce the weight of the car.
Concern Koenigsegg managed to do this brilliantly, even mounting of the doors are made of the lightest metal - aluminum. Besides upgraded power stuffing, staff of Koenigsegg offer some changes in the cabin (as well as for any new model beginning from 2007), where the " pearl" is a new panel with round instruments, which lets you read in the simple way the most important factors such as speed, the selected gear, oil pressure and boost. Koenigsegg CCXR is created to underline the prestige of their customers as well as etalon for others vehicle of the same class and a legend in the automobile world.