|Manufacturer||Koenigsegg Automotive AB|
(3 working prototypes produced) 
|Designer||Christian von Koenigsegg|
David Crafoord 
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||2-door Targa top|
|Layout||Rear mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive|
|Engine||4.2 L Audi V8 |
|Transmission||6-speed manual |
Work on the car started in 1994, Koenigsegg wanted to build a sports car that could exceed the standards set by the McLaren F1 at the time, and achieve speeds over the 386 km/h (240 mph) set by the F1 in 1997. The design of the CC was inspired by the McLaren F1 along with the Ferrari F40. The car was initially painted silver was then painted black when the new dihedral helix synchro actuation doors were fitted to the car and then was painted in its current colour. Other two prototypes included the white European spec prototype which was produced in 2000 and the other was a pre-production version of the CC8S. The production version of the CC, the CC8S, was designed in 2002, and was the first car Koenigsegg produced.
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- "The Italian Junkyard: 20.1 Sweden Ain't That Cold: Christian Von Koenigsegg gives us a quick interview on how he made his dream come true". theitalianjunkyard.blogspot.se.
- "CC prototype". Koenigsegg. Retrieved 2018-01-08.
- "CC prototype, history". Koenigsegg. Retrieved 2018-01-08.
Koenigsegg road car timeline, 1990s–present