I never cared for the koenigsegg

Discussion in '2007 Koenigsegg CCXR' started by 2998ccCSL, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. Nothing about it seemed so great. It was a massive lump of power from a highly strug and still highly compressed FI motor that just seemed formulated to break.. But I love this car sincerely. Not due to any of those previous beliefs being changed, but because a supercar is supposed to be an earth-hating nuclear weapon in a car.

    This car embodies what forward thinking is all about. Bravo European "green peace" movement. If there are two things that make this world special, it's the ability for it to support so many examples of life, and the existence of supercars. This car ebodies, promotes, and advance both of these wonderful things.
     
  2. well this thing is loaded with power.....i wouldnt mind one of these..
     
  3. Do you remember Clarckson saying he was going to kill himself when he tested the 535d? What would he do when they give him this beast?
     
  4. start smoking? its cheaper and not so dangerous! haha


    anyone notice that it says "Christian Koenigsegg" on the page of the ccxr when it should be "Christian VON Koenigsegg"!!!! i live in sweden, i know! i even knows where he lives!
     
  5. reincarnation..a couple of times
     
  6. hahaha...There are very few cars I would sell my soul for, and surprisingly enough, none of them where koenigsegg's...until now.
     
  7. I didn't like it at first, but it has grown on me.
     
  8. I saw the ccxr in geneva, in reality it does look better than on any picture although the worst pictures looks amazing if a koenigsegg is on it.

    I was allowed to sat in the ccxr. And it was amazing, the doors, the seats, every is simply amazing
     
  9. If I get the ccxr they can get my moped in change.!
     
  10. i dont care for this CCXR.

    for the passion I would have a Zonda F.
     
  11. LOL....exactly my point, man.<A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
     

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