2010 Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita
Swedish supercar maker Koenigsegg's parent company is currently tangled up in the purchase of Saab, but that's not stopping the masters that build the CCX from advancing their craft, as proved by the CCXR Trevita revealed today.
The car is named from a Swedish contraction meaning "three whites," which signifies the unique silvered carbon fiber bodywork of the Trevita. The company's Diamond Weave exposed carbon fiber bodywork is the epitome of high-tech's marriage of form and function.
Only three of the cars will be built. The core CCXR feature set is the basis, and each gets a double carbon fiber wing, paddle-shift transmission, Inconell exhaust system, carbon ceramic brakes, a hydraulic lift system for getting around town a bit more easily, and a range of creature comforts including a custom navigation and entertainment system.
Pricing for the Trevita hasn't been revealed, but expect it to be suitably super. As with most of the hot bits of automotive machinery cruising the 'Net these days, expect the Trevita to put in an appearance at the Frankfurt Auto Show next week.