The Koenigsegg CCX was unveiled at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland, is powered by a 4.7L twin-supercharged V8 engine and is made mostly of carbon fiber for weight reduction. The production of the car began that year and ended in 2010. The CCX is one of the fastest production-cars ever made.

Progression and PerformanceEdit

The Koenigsegg CCX is unlocked at rank 46 at a price of 293,826 cr.

The handling of the car is very low compared to its top speed, acceleration, and braking statistics, making it prone to spinning out on tracks that are wet or tracks with high speed straights.