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We’ve never believed in a car being cursed, but there’s definitely something unlucky about this sad looking supercar from Swedish manufacturer Koenigsegg. This particular incident involved a blue 2008 CCX that was damaged by a dealer in New York who decided to take the customer-owned supercar for a quick spin.
The unfortunate dealer ended up crashing into a guardrail and also managed to damage a 2009 Porsche GT2 in the process--no word on whether the two cars were racing, but in circumstances such as this it probably would be safe to assume they were.
The Koenigsegg CCX is one of the rarest supercars in the world, with only 25 examples being produced, of which only 10 made their way to North America. If you’re interested, even one of the used examples will set you back close to a million dollars.
This isn’t the first time we’ve reported on a crashed Koenigsegg CCX. In fact, it isn’t even the second time. In 2006 a man in Norway crashed one into a ditch within 18 hours of taking delivery of the car from Norwegian millionaire Tommy Sharif who spun out of control in it before deciding to get rid of it.
Head over to Wrecked Exotics to check out the damage of the latest CCX crash.