CCXR Trevita Koenigsegg Concept Car


 CCXR Trevita Koenigsegg Concept Car
Trevita is an abbreviation in Swedish and translates into - three whites. The Koenigsegg visible carbon weave body work is renowned around the globe for its perfection and uniqueness. However, so far it has only been possible to utilize the classic black carbonfibres.
By utilising a new and unique method, Koenigsegg has managed to coat fibers with a diamond finish. The process was fully developed at Koenigsegg headquarters in Ängelholm Sweden, where the fiber treatment is conducted carefully in small quantities, prior to further processing the prepreg material.
 
 CCXR Trevita Koenigsegg Concept Car
Koenigsegg will only produce three Koenigsegg CCXR Trevitas in total, hence the name. This makes the Trevita one of the most rare versions in the Koenigsegg family cars.
The three cars are fully equipped with Koenigsegg Shimmering Diamond Weave bodywork, double carbon wing, paddle-shift, inconell exhaust system, carbon ceramic brakes with ABS, hydraulic lifting system, infotainment system, tyre monitoring system, chrono instrument cluster and airbags.
Koenigsegg will only produce three units of the CCXR Trevita, each sold at a premium price to be announced later. Each unit will be fitted with Koenigsegg’s Shimmering Diamond Weave bodywork, double carbon wing, paddle-shift, inconell exhaust system, carbon ceramic brakes with ABS, hydraulic lifting system, and a chrono instrument cluster. Pricing for the Trevita hasn't been revealed, but expect it to be suitably super.

AMV8 Vantage Aston Martin Concept Car

AMV8 Vantage Aston Martin Concept Car
Aston Martin AMV8 Vantage was the star of the 2003 Detroit Motor Show. This is the concept behind what should become the best selling Aston Martin of all time. 
This styling of this sleek 2 seater sports car was credited to Henrik Fisker, who at the time was Head of Design at AML, but it is now believed to be principally the work of his forerunner, Ian Callum. 
AMV8 Vantage Aston Martin Concept Car
The AMV8 Vantage was the first in a completely new line of Aston Martins based around a bonded-alloy platform, known as VH (vertical/horizontal) architecture. The proposed engine was a new 4.3 litre V8 unit, described as being 'front-mid' mounted so as to give perfect 50:50 weight distribution. With an anticipated power output of around 370 bhp, the AMV8 Vantage should be well capable of exceeding 170 mph and a 0-60 acceleration time of around 4.5 seconds. 
AMV8 Vantage Aston Martin Concept Car
This concept has the Vanquish style paddle shift but there are, it appears, plans for production versions to get a conventional six speed box with paddles to be available later. The production V8 Vantage, which initially many believed could be known as the DB8, did indeed follow the concept very closely. Although the car has been designed in the UK and unveiled in the USA, you may be surprised to learn that the AMV8 Vantage concept car was constructed by DC Design in Mumbai, India. 
AMV8 Vantage Aston Martin Concept Car
There have been reports that the concept was built on a shortened DB7 Vantage platform with V12 engine and therefore may not technically be the first VH platform car.