The Koenigsegg CCR

The Koenigsegg CCR is powered by a bespoke supercharged eight cylinder engine, developed by the Koenigsegg engineering crew for use in the CCR.

Its pure racing performance power and torque have been achieved while still maintaining the low weight and superb drivability of the car. The 806 hp Koenigsegg CCR holds the Guinness Record for the most powerful car in series production.

The CCR engine delivers 806 hp at 7000 rpm and 920 (550 ft-lb) Nm of torque at 5,400 rpm. It is a state-of-the-art Quad Cam semi-stressed V8 construction with a 4.7 litre displacement and 32 valves. The CCR is boosted to its extreme power output by a unique Bi-compressor Supercharging system, which employs twin centrifugal compressors to enable a 1.4 bar max boost pressure at 5000 RPM.

The body and chassis of the CCR are made of lightweight carbon fibre composite and reinforced with Kevlar and aluminum honeycomb.

The suspension allows the driver to keep control of all movement under the most challenging racing conditions.

The hardtop stores under the front bonnet for roofless driving.

The cars are available only to a select few. Each car is manufactured in Sweden specifically for the buyer. The CCR is at the very top of the elite supercars.


Engine: Supercharged V8

Power: 806 hp

Torque: 678 ft lb

Transmission: Six-speed manual

Acceleration: 0-62 mph: 3.2 seconds

Top speed: 242+ mph

Quarter Mile: 9 seconds at 146 mph

Lateral g-force: 1.3 g

Tires: 255/35-19” front 335/30-20” rear