The Koenigsegg CCX is a mid-motor sports vehicle fabricated by Swedish car producer Koenigsegg Automotive AB. The venture started with the point of making a worldwide vehicle, structured and designed to agree to worldwide security and condition guidelines, especially to enter the United States vehicle advertise. To sell cars in the US numerous changes were made to the structure of the CCR; the recently utilized Ford Modular motor was supplanted by an in-house created Koenigsegg motor intended to keep running on 91 octane fuel, promptly accessible in the United States, and to fulfill the Californian discharge guidelines.
The name CCX is a shortened form for Competition Coupé X, the X recognizing the tenth commemoration (X being the Roman numeral for ten) of the finish and test drive of the principal CC model in 1996.
The CCX was uncovered at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, sporting body changes to meet US vehicle guidelines and another in-house created 4.7L twin supercharged V8 motor fit for producing a most extreme power yield of 817 PS (601 kW; 806 hp) at 7,000 rpm and 920 N⋅m (679 lb⋅ft) of torque at 5,500 rpm while running on 91 octane gas.