Quote>"When Was The Last Time You Saw A Koenigsegg CCX On A Dyno?"
"Compared to the latest crop of crazy electrified supercars, its peak output of 806 horsepower (601 kilowatts) and 679 pound-feet (920 Newton-meters) of torque may seem a bit outdated but, trust us, its performance is still admirable."
Quote>"The best number the supercar registered was 653 wheel horsepower."
I see. Incredibly rare dyno video. Percentage % between manufacturer specifications claims and dyno results reported> = 20.9733% difference.
That's essentially 21%. The car is a manual transmission and admittedly she's no longer factory manufacturer production fresh but it still seems too high.
The reasonable answer is based on the previous CC8S which underperformed in Autocar testing is it wasn't making "806hp" in the first place.
So 653x15%= 751hp which seems to be more accurate. Vis a vis testing done and compared to the McLaren F1. Which in acceleration NONE of them did until the Koenigsegg Agera R was tested. Top speed was unidirectional and only achieved under 1MPH more.
Still whatever, incredible machines. I wasn't too bothered by the ones that came after. My life circumstances changed and cars weren't a priority. But I'll look at those too.