Feel the Need for Swede With the Rare Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita

Discussion in 'Cars in General' started by GTPNewsWire, Nov 21, 2018.

  1. GTPNewsWire

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  2. Terronium-12

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    There aren't good enough videos of this (or any of the CC's) just driving, but Koenigsegg have somehow made the best-sounding V8 I've ever heard.

    Fun fact (that no one asked for :lol: ): the CCX, and by extension the :R and :R Trevita were the first to use Koenigsegg's in-house V8 as opposed to the Ford Modular engine used before.

    Great stuff, @Joey D.
     
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  3. juanffy18

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    Koenigsegg in GT please :guilty:
     
  4. VSD

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    Forza.. please? It was in the first horizon, so what better time than now to just throw this in the car pass?

    Well, just the CCXR but still! Been a while since we've seen this beauty.
     
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  5. KiroKai

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    The very coolest model! The 'third Trevita' (CCXR Special One) just sold to Mexico after sitting for sale in Dubai for over 5 years.
     
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  6. VSD

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    Wow! Nobody wanted that for 5 years? What were they thinking :lol:
     
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  7. Silver Arrows

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    Saw this on Hemmings' classifieds and didn't think enough of it. I guess I should have.

    In a lot of ways, the CC series really has aged incredibly well design wise when it comes to 2000's era supercars.
     
  8. VXR

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    I have never liked the styling of these, until the Regera. Bluff edges, little of interest in the middle.
     
  9. McLaren

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    Koenigsegg must have swapped the steering position at some point; #7071 was built RHD and #7075 was LHD. The latter at one point, also had a "3 of 3" plaque.
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  10. kikie

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    That cockpit! :crazy:

    I so want to be in it.