Koenigsegg has launched its new Trevita, a 1004bhp supercar based on the CCXR.
Only three examples of the exclusive supercar will be made by the Swedish firm. The name Trevita translates from Swedish into three whites.
It uses a bio-fuel engine, which can produce 782lb ft of torque as well as its 1004bhp.
Its skin is made from a unique new material produced in-house by the Koenigsegg engineers. The body panels are carbonfibre, which are then coated in a diamond finish to give the car a sparkling effect. The firm calls it the Koenigsegg Shimmering Diamond Weave.
Other exclusive features include a double carbon wing, paddle-shift ‘box, a new sports exhaust system, carbon ceramic brakes with ABS, a hydraulic lifting system and a chrono instrument cluster.
No prices have been announced by Koenigsegg.