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”Trevita” is a Swedish abbreviation that translates into “three whites”. The Koenigsegg visible carbon weave bodywork is renowned around the globe for its uniqueness and perfection. Prior to the Trevita, car manufacturers only had access to traditional black carbon fibres.
The Koenigsegg Proprietary Diamond Weave, fully developed by Koenigsegg, is a new and unique method to manufacture the carbon fibre used for the CCXR Trevita. By utilising this new and unique method, Koenigsegg managed to coat the fibres with a diamond finish.
Floyd Mayweather spent $4.8 million on the Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita. He also owns an another Koenigsegg CCXR. There was a very remarkable situation going on in Zurich, Hans Thomas Gross's Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita was waiting for its owner to come around for already more than a month there.
At a basic level, you could describe the Trevita as a limited-edition variant of the Koenigsegg CCXR Edition. The name means “three whites” in Swedish, a reference to the model’s extreme ...
Trevita means three white in Swedish, thus Koenigsegg's latest is limited to three breathtakingly handbuilt cars.
The Trevita, which translates into English as "three whites", has a body made entirely of Koenigsegg's proprietary material consisting of diamond-coated carbon fibre. The Trevita is based on the CCXR, and therefore produces 1,018 hp (1,032 PS; 759 kW) from its twin-supercharged 4.7-litre V8 engine when running on biofuel.
The Trevita name came from the unique diamond-weave carbon-fiber on this CCXR’s body. In fact, Koenigsegg had to develop the material in-house to lend the car its unique shimmering exterior finish.
Koenigsegg released the CCXR-Edition-based Trevita in 2009. The CC8S spawned a variety of follow-ups, including the CCX, which debuted in 2006 at the Geneva International Motor Show.