Damn great car but...

Discussion in '2007 Koenigsegg CCXR Edition' started by lt4, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. to expensive since there are no major improvemnent. Yah nice interior and rear wing but for double the price. No way.
     
  2. I predict that this will soon be the fastest production car in the world for sometime to come. Its a goddamn BEAST. Love it!
     
  3. ^^^agreed, its a enviornmentally CLEAN beast which just makes this car 10 times better.
     
  4. Awfull rear spoiler!!!!
     
  5. Upping the induction pressure is nothing to be impressed about. Maybe they should actually spend time on making the car controllable...
     
  6. i agree completely the handleing is shit with that high of a speed exspecally from this company
     
  7. Its nice but looks like they just added more "clubness" to it. give me the CCR over this anyday.
     
  8. Most likely. Easily good for more speed.
     
  9. After Top Gear tested the car with the tiny wing, they found that it was soooo much better, enough too actually keep it on the track. although, still not perfect. I think with the new wing it should handle a lot better, and be far more controllable in the higher speeds, which this car was made for, going fast.
     
  10. #10 petrolhead1988, Nov 29, 2007
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    this car with the spoiler is faster than nearly any supercar of today round a track... this spoiler is what makes it fast too

    heres the evidence and heres the reference, the car was driven by an unnamed ex Formula 1 driver- http://www.topgear.com/content/tgonbbc2/laptimes/thestig/

    Fastest lap - Caparo T1 (was disqualified as driving it on normal roads is near impossible)

    1:10.6

    2nd Fastest lap - Ultima GTR (was not allowed on top gear)

    1:12.8


    1

    Koenigsegg CCX (with TG spoiler)

    1.17.6
    2

    Pagani Zonda F

    1.18.4
    3

    Maserati MC12

    1.18.9
    4

    Ferrari Enzo

    1.19.0
    5

    Ariel Atom

    1.19.5
    6

    Porsche Carrera GT

    1.19.8
    7

    Ascari KZ1

    1.20.7
    8

    Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

    1.20.9
    9

    Ferrari 599 GTB

    1.21.2
    10

    Ford GT

    1.21.9
    11

    Porsche GT3 RS

    1.22.3
    12

    Ferrari 360 CS

    1.22.3
    13

    Chevrolet Corvette Z06

    1.22.4
    14

    Noble M15

    1.22.5
    15

    Ferrari F430

    1.22.9
    16

    Lamborghini Murcielago

    1.23.7
    17

    Pagani Zonda

    1.23.8
    18

    Koenigsegg

    1.23.9
    19

    Audi R8

    1.24.4
    20

    TVR Sagaris

    1.24.6
    21

    Mitsubishi Evo FQ 400

    1.24.8
    22

    Noble M400

    1.25.0
    23

    Lotus Exige S

    1.25.1
    24

    Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder

    1.25.7
    25

    Lamborghini Gallardo

    1.25.8
    26

    BMW Z4 M

    1.26.0
    27

    Brabus Biturbo Roadster

    1.26.2
    28

    Porsche Cayman

    1.26.2
    29

    Chevrolet Corvette

    1.26.8
    30

    Mercedes-Benz CLS 55 AMG

    1.26.9
    31

    Lotus Exige

    1.26.9
    32

    Aston Martin Vanquish S

    1.27.1
    33

    Aston Martin DB9

    1.27.1
    34

    Porsche 911 GT3

    1.27.2
    35

    Spyker C8

    1.27.3
    36

    Wiesmann

    1.27.9
    37

    BMW M3 CSL

    1.28.0
    38

    Marcos TSO GT2

    1.28.2
    39

    Dodge Viper SRT-10

    1.28.5
    40

    Mitsubishi Evo VIII

    1.28.9
    41

    Porsche 911 Carrera S

    1.28.9
    42

    Mercedes-Benz CL65

    1.29
    43

    Subaru Impreza STi WRX WR1

    1.29.4
    44

    Volkswagen Golf W12 GTI

    1.29.6
    45

    Vauxhall Monaro VXR

    1.30.1
    46

    Subaru Impreza STI

    1.30.1
    47

    Volkswagen Golf R32

    1.30.4
    48

    Aston Martin DB7 GT

    1.30.4
    49

    Audi S4

    1.30.9
    50

    Porsche 911 Turbo

    1.31.0
    51
     
  11. damn its too much no one can afford that
     
  12. lol obviously... you can say that about the Ferrari FFX and they Bugatti Veyron though...

    Its not designed as a follow-up to your average 3-door hatchback or a 5 year old ford mondeo haha

    If I had the money and I wasn't on the sales list for the Ferrari FXX or high enough on the waiting list for the Veyron, I would buy this car... no doubt about it.
     
  13. nitrous2oxide, the topgear-track is too small to really know if it IS the fastest. of what i know, the koenigsegg isn't too far up the list on n�rburgring track times...
     
  14. The N�rburgring isn't a track, its a road like La Sarthe where Le Mans is held so that would be even more innacurate, otherwise you would have Formula 1 races there etc... Besides the Radical SR3 would beat the Koenigsegg on the N�rburgring, which is why the top gear times are good at comparing it to other road cars as the Caparo T1 and Radical SR3 cannot be driven on all roads as they are too wide and close to the ground. Ill find some track times of the Koenigsegg at Monza or Suzuka then that should settle this lol
     
  15. YES YES it is fenominol car that destroys competition
     
  16. No it doesn't.
     
  17. f***ing sweet car.
     
  18. man i want to make love to this car.
     
  19. are you like Ragin Balls v2.0?
     
  20. this morning.....
     
  21. It still burns fuel. It may be a cleaner buring fuel, but at full throttle, the difference is minimal.
     
  22. I love the way it looks but I wont ever try to race in one beacuse of the handling.
     
  23. If the CCX can do good on a SMALL track.... Just think what its going to do once you acually let it loose on a big ass track with a lot of big straights like the nurburgring. I also doubt they tested it with a rear wing and 200 extra horse power either. But then again, they might need a little more than just a rear wing to make up for the 200 extra horsepower that they gave this beast.
     
  24. Fellas I would just like to note that the car actually weighs 1280 kg not 1330 kg as stated in the fact sheet. This car is a work of excellence, the best super car to date
     
  25. The car's body hasn't changed much over the years...
    they simply upped the power and tacked on a spoiler
    still very impressive numbers
     

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