@FL or any other contributers.Can anyone here add Mantorp lap time for CCR and please correct the CCR's 1/4 mile time.9s is too fast to be believeable,11.2s seems more accurate as in the test.Scans are available in the link.
they have claimed it but have they tested it?it won't do it in 3.2s fastest i have seen was 3.9s(every other record runs have video).
if you have video then give me the link.
and once again name any koenigsegg which reached claimed topspeed.they overestimate their cars way over the limit.
car claimed speed actual
agera r 273mph 260mph
ccx 250 245
ccr 245 241
every other super car manufacturer at least has claimed performance
Your a fool if you think this does 9 flat. With a "real" pro and perfect conditions it could "Dip" into the 9s, But its not doing a 9 flat, I have seen what a CC 8S can do on a strip in person, But this aint getting that claimed time, Its just retarded they would even claim that.
i don't believe any of those specification as koenigssegg do not have claimed peformance most of these time.for eg agera r topspeed was claimed to be 273mph but is observed to reach only 260mph and excuse was that they didn't have long track.then how did hennessey venom(271mph) set its top speed record?
but 0-60mph seems to be correct there is no way it will do 1/4 miles in 9s.
The actual power output is 795 horsepower as stated above, it takes a lot more than 564 horsepower to reach its 245 MPH top speed, and aerodynamics has nothing to do with how much horsepower an engine produces.
The CCR did beat the F1's record on Nardo, which was 375km/h, the other F1 record was done like Enzostradale said, on the VW test track and with the rev limiter removed so it wasn't strictly stock.
On a similar note, where do you get that the CCR is lighter or more aerodinamic, on the weight thing the CCR was claimed to be 1180kg dry (more than the F1s curbweight) but in tests it was always above 1400kg.