One of the criticisms that springs to my mind about Top Gear power tests is that it can be hard to get a feel for the car through the Yorkshire baritone of Jeremy Clarkson, but that is not the case with this video from the BHP Project. The car is a spaceship, but with a booming gargle rather than a whoosh.

There's great views through the windshield, and though it seems like there's relatively clear all-around visibility, that roofline does seem a bit claustrophobia-inducing. That being said, it's probably hard to notice the roof with all that rapidly-advancing tarmac coming right at you.

What makes this particular Koenigsegg unique is that it is the only CCR with a visible carbon fiber body (hence the "Revo"). It's also only one of five CCRs in right-hand drive, and that additional big wing shows that this 'Segg means business.

And there's good news, too. This particular car is for sale, according to the SuperVettura website. It also looks like it's been that way for at least a year, so they're probably having trouble moving it.

SuperVettura, if you're willing to offer a deal just to get it off the lot, I'll take it off your hands. I've got a fiver in my pocket. Sound good?