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2004 Koenigsegg CCR Overview; World Record Car

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If I ask you what car held the world’s top speed production car record in the 90s, most of you would answer the McLaren F1. If I would then ask what is the top speed production car record for the 2000s, most of you would answer the Bugatti Veyron and Veyron Super Sport. But what most of you don’t know, is that there is a small Swedish company, no - not IKEA, that briefly held that record as it transitioned from the F1 to the Veyron: the Koenigsegg CCR.

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2002 Koenigsegg CC8S: The Monster Under Your Bed

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Hypercars should have bold, enticing names that echo confidently after you’ve vocalized them, like Ferrari, or Lamborghini. Even Pagani and Bugatti have a stern sound to it. A brand name, after all, is what evokes the emotions and imagery of the said manufacturers. The aforementioned names strike you as bold and adventurous because the cars they make directly align with those thoughts. Which brings me to the primary question I have, what type of emotions, thoughts and imagery does a Koenigsegg evoke?

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