2006 Koenigsegg CCX
2006 Koenigsegg CCX Specifications
|Brakes F/R:||ABS, vented disc/vented disc|
|Tires F-R:||255/35 R19 - 335/30 R20|
|Driveline:||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Displacement cu in (cc):||287 (4700)|
|Power bhp (kW) at RPM:||806(593) / 6900|
|Torque lb-ft (Nm) at RPM:||678(920) / 5700|
|Redline at RPM:||7600|
|Length × Width × Height in:||169 × 78.6 × 44.1|
|Weight lb (kg):||2601 (1180)|
|Acceleration 0-60 mph s:||3.1|
|Top Speed mph (km/h):||> 245 (> 395)|
|Fuel Economy EPA city/highway mpg (l/100 km):||n.a. (17)|
Base Price: $540,000 + VAT & ex works
Fully Equipped: $600,910 + VAT & ex works (last update: 2/22/2007)
Koenigsegg CCX: Competition Coupe X Commemorates the 10th Anniversary of the First CC
The Koenigsegg CCX is the latest iteration of the Koenigsegg CC family. The CCX is in many ways a new car since it has been re-engineered to comply with the US regulation and market demands. Still, it has been a key issue for the Koenigsegg Team to keep the distinctive and record braking CC shape. Koenigsegg believes it is important to avoid trends and instead hone the aerodynamic shape of the CC range for the future, only enhancing its unique look and appearance with tighter lines and a more aggressive stance. Koenigsegg also believes in continuity. A new Koenigsegg shall show a clear lineage from its predecessor and shall not follow any other design trends, but enhance its already proven concept and shape to perfection.
CCX stands for Competition Coupe X. The CCX marks the 10th anniversary of the completion and test drive of the first CC maiden prototype, which rolled out from the R&D department in 1996.
Body and Interior
The Koenigsegg CCX features a completely new set of body and interior parts. The body incorporates a new front bumper design, engineered to function well in the stringent 2.5 mph bumper test, including enhanced brake cooling, fog lamps and US side position lights. The front lamps have been slightly redesigned to suit the new bumper line.
There is a new scoop on the front bonnet as a larger fresh air-intake for the occupants and new air vents have been added behind the front wheels in order to further evacuate air from the cockpit. The frontal shape revisions now allow for effective track use options to be added.
The car is 3.4 inches longer in order to comply with the US rear impact regulations and in order to free up space around the rear muffler. The rear clamshell now features a glass window over the new CCX engine, clearly showing off the bespoke and unique Koenigsegg Block casting.
There are further 2 inches of space in headroom, making the CCX the most spacious super car on the market.
In corporation with Sparco, and Koenigsegg test driver Loric Bicocchi, Koenigsegg has developed a new seat design for the CCX. The structures of the seat are still carbon fiber, but now fully padded front surface and a tilting backrest.
Wheels and Brakes
The optional 382 mm front discs are coupled to 8-piston calipers and in the rear the 362 mm size is retained with 6-piston calipers. The optional industry-first carbon fiber wheels save another 6.6 lbs per wheel compared to the already lightweight magnesium wheels that come as standard.
Ram Air Engine Booster
Between the raised speedster bumps there is a new type of vortex generator implemented as a Ram Air engine booster by Christian Koenigsegg on the CCX. Due to the fact that there is a fresh air intake right below the rear window, the vortex generator redirects the air directly into the air intake and thereby creating a positive pressure in the air box.
Unique Koenigsegg Engine
The engine in the CCX retains the incredible performance and power of the CCR engine, while running on US 91 octane fuel and complying with California emission regulations. In order to reach this challenging goal, extensive rework had to be done to emission related items, such as new cylinder heads with larger valve area and more optimally flowing cylinder head ports. Dual smaller injections per cylinder were integrated, as well as new camshafts, a new carbon fiber individual runner intake plenum, a new engine management system, updated fuel and EVAP system.
The Koenigsegg engineers also incorporated the most powerful internal piston coolers in the industry - bringing down the piston temperature by as much as 80% more than competing systems, which was a must in order to run high cylinder pressure with 91 octane fuel.
Koenigsegg stands out among low volume super car manufacturers, because they engineer the engine completely in-house in combination with the fact that it is also built, assembled, and dyno tested in the Koenigsegg production plant.
Made for a Select Elite of Enthusiasts
Koenigsegg manufactures exclusive sports cars for a select elite of enthusiasts. Spaceage materials and uncompromising quality both in finish and function make these cars among the very best in the automotive history.