It is our mission to bring you the most exotic and most exclusive cars of all time, and these two are what we live for. If you long to experience the works of Christian von Koenigsegg outside the confines of your game console, our friends at Fusion Luxury Motors have two CCXRs, in one location, in the same showroom. This is the automotive equivalent of dividing by zero. First is the 2009 in black with a red interior. Because Christian invented and holds the patent for flex-fuel vehicles, filling up with a tank of E85 unlocks 1,004 horsepower and 782 lb-ft of torque. The 2010 is one of 3 “Trevita” models built, and this was the only US-spec car to be produced. Trevita (Swedish for Triple White) was built to show the world that carbon fiber is not limited to traditional carbon black colors. By impregnating the fibers with a diamond coating, the exposed carbon fiber has a sparkling finish. The original sale price was $4.850,000 making Trevita one of the most expensive production cars ever built. Power and torque are the same as the previous car, utilizing twin Rotrex centrifugal superchargers on a dual overhead cam 4.8L V8.
(See Also: Miami Vice's Ferrari Testarossa Set to Cross the Block at Mecum)Even if you are not in the market for a twin-supercharged carbon fiber supercar, its worth stopping by Fusion Motors in Chatsworth CA to see their inventory in person. Stay tuned to Autofluence to see the rarest and most expensive rides ever built and the latest news on them.
2010 Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita
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