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As you all know, Swedish carmaker Saab has been acquired by its fellow compatriots, the supercar company Koenigsegg, which unveiled recently that it has some big plans for the Scandinavian brand, but declined to comment further. Now, according a newspaper from the country, it seems that Koenigsegg wants to take the Saab brand more upmarket, by decreasing… …read the full post

The Koenigsegg CCX is one of the most exclusive cars out there, with the Scandinavian manufacturer producing around 25 of these cars per year. That’s why you really have to be angry when you left your car at the dealership, then find out that the dealer saw fit to take the supercar for a spin and crashed it into a guardrail. This is what happened… …read the full post

Gaming enthusiasts are well aware that the Tokyo Game Show is in full swing, and it seems that the first day has already brought a big announcement for racing fans, as the highly anticipated Gran Turismo 5 from Polyphony Digital will be hitting the PlayStation 3 console in March 2010. There’s a catch though, as the release date is only for Japan,… …read the full post

High end supercar maker Koenigsegg is at it again, as it has announced that it will create a truly exclusive edition of its CCXR, dubbed Trevita. All fine and dandy, considering as this is normal practice for many supercar manufacturers, but considering it will have a special finish and only three cars will be made, means that exclusivity will be at… …read the full post

Super-sedans are the new trend from the supercar manufacturers, with the likes of Porsche, with the Panamera or Aston Martin, with the Rapide and now, sweedish manufacturer Koenigsegg has announced, through their manager for the Middle East, that a sedan is currently in the clay modelling stage, and that it might be powered by a 700 hp V8 engine. This… …read the full post

Earlier this year, Swedish supercar maker Koenigsegg announced that it will produce an environmental-friendly supercar, and when they say supercar, they mean it. The Koenigsegg CCXR Special Edition will be powered by a 4.7 liter turbocharged V8 engine, running on E85 biofuel, which develops a whooping 1,018 hp at 7,200 rpm and 1,060 Nm of torque at… …read the full post