Where else would the first street legal Koenigsegg CCX end up than swinging Las Vegas? The great thing about bringing the car to Vegas is that if you accidentally marry a tranny stripper one night you can just take the CCX to its top speed of 245 mph and go back in time to prevent the nuptials (and whatever else happened that night). The privilege of owning an early U.S. example of the Koenigsegg will set you back about $935,00 and a full year of wait time. Enjoy the video of Clarkson taking it up to 11 above.
More than 10 of the CCX's have been ordered already and will be available for pickup at the only U.S. Koenigsegg dealership, which just happens to be in the heart of Caesars Palace. Now that we've finally figured out how to properly spell Koenigsegg we're going to say it a few times. Koenigsegg, Koenigsegg, Koenigsegg. [World Car Fans]