Koenigsegg CC850: classic style manual transmission megacar with 1,385 horsepower, suitable for customers like Qua Vu

Not only is it a manual transmission megacar, the Koenigsegg CC850 is also limited to only 50 units with an expected selling price of no less than 3 million USD.

It has been 20 years since the Koenigsegg CC8S first appeared on the streets. This model was recently honored with the Koenigsegg CC850 – inspired by its “elder” CC8S. However, the special feature of this model is the twin-turbo V8 engine combined with a manual transmission.

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The Koenigsegg CC850 has a classic appearance like the CC8S, but the structure and technology come from this automaker’s latest models. The number 50 represents the age of the brand’s founder from Sweden: Mr. Christian von Koenigsegg.

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Koenigsegg said, CC850 Using a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine taken from Jesko, producing up to 1,385 horsepower when using E85 fuel. On regular gasoline, power drops to only 1,185 horsepower. Maximum torque also reaches 1,385 Nm and strangely, the weight of the CC850 is still 1,385 kg.

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In fact, the manual transmission on the Koenigsegg CC850 is simulated from the 9-speed Light Speed ​​Transmission, 7 clutches to switch between levels in 9 seconds, which is used on its “brother” Jesko. However, the CC850’s gearbox is upgraded with a Gear Shift System (ESS). The response between the clutch pedal and the electronic gear lever has been synchronized to bring a more realistic feel.

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Although the interior of the CC850 is similar to the Koenigsegg Jesko model, the Swedish automaker still modified some details to create a somewhat nostalgic space, including the steering wheel and dashboard combined with analogue technology for display. rpm, speed, fuel tank and temperature. Bucket Seat sports seats and a series of carbon fiber details help reduce the weight of the car.

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Regarding performance, Koenigsegg has not yet shared specific statistics. With less power than the Jesko, the CC850 won’t expect too much speed, but with more than twice the power of the CC8S, it will still be extremely fast. Koenigsegg will only produce 50 units to celebrate the founder’s 50th birthday.

The selling price has not yet been announced but is expected to be about 3 million USD (~ 70.2 billion VND). If full tax is paid in Vietnam, value Konigsegg CC850 will amount to over 300 billion VND.

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In the Vietnamese market, there are currently only about two Koenigseggs: Regera and CCX. The value of the two cars is still a mystery, as the Regera with Cambodian license plates is rumored to be worth about 200 billion VND. The CCX has not yet been revealed with its license plate, so it is difficult to predict the car’s value.

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