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Monday, June 23, 2008

$900,000 supercar borrows Audi TT styling.

So it's not everyday that I get to see one of these.














For those not in the know, that is a Koenigsegg CCX. Prior to the Veyron it was the fastest production car in the world. Pricetag on this one? $930,000.

Some more shots:









Does something catch your eye in that last shot? Look closely.

Allow me to point it out...










Those are MkI TT mirrors as OEM equipment on a $900,000 supercar. I couldn't believe it, but they are identical right down to the lip/writing on the bottom edge. That sidemarker on the mirror stalk also looks very VAG.

Look:


But that's not where it ends. Catch something else in that picture above?



See it yet?



It uses the TT's vents.

And I'm not sure on this one since I don't have this mirror, but quite possibly the mirror as well:





But here's the dead giveaway:




TT door handles.

That instrument cluster cowling looks like a new beetle as well but I'm not sure.


So apparently, the Koenigsegg is a $930,000 MkI TT interior wise.

2 comments:

helen said...

$930,000?? now that is some pricetag.
I recently test drove a Dodge Viper on a day out with my husband at Thruxton Motorsport. It was an amasing car and a thrilling ride and the viper probably costs five times less then the Koenigsegg CCX maybe more.

Filip said...

A Viper is about ten times less, brand new. Older ones can be had for quite a bargain at around 1/2-1/3 of their original price.

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