It is the fifth fastest production car in the world making it faster than the McLaren F1.
Need for Speed: Carbon
It mainly competes among the fastest tier 3 cars due to its quick acceleration and high top speed. The CCX has decent handling, but tends to understeer in corners making it less controllable than the Pagani Zonda F and Audi Le Mans quattro.
Need for Speed: ProStreet
The CCX appears in the downloadable Booster Pack for Need for Speed: ProStreet as a tier 3 vehicle.
It is suitable for Speed Challenge events because of its precise handling that is maintainable at high speeds and its quick acceleration.
Need for Speed: Undercover
With stock performance parts it reaches a top speed of 250 mph (402 km/h), and the best trait of the car is its handling. Acceleration is above average, but slower than seen on the Chevrolet Corvette Z06.
Need for Speed: Shift
The CCX appears in Need for Speed: Shift as a tier 4 vehicle with a $1,000,000 price tag and an 18.40 car rating. It is unlocked upon collecting 180 stars and cannot be upgraded with performance parts.
It delivers high amount of torque resulting in a quick acceleration, however, it is prone to massive oversteer whilst exiting high speed corners.
Need for Speed: World
It has a good acceleration that is up to par with the Lexus LFA and has a powerful nitrous boost. It has less traction in corners, but makes it up with responsive steering and a top speed of 216 mph (348 km/h).
The Achievement Edition style is an achievement car awarded to the player upon them owning 150 cat once. It was made available on April 10, 2013.
The Elite style is based on a unique non-removable body kit with a custom interior, carbon-fibre body kit and headlights and an exposed engine bay. It is also equipped with visual modifications such as a two-tone livery, and the interior has also been altered to a pale blue and yellow colour scheme.
It is also fitted with a special body kit that features enlarged gills along the sides of the front bumper and an enlarged front air intake. Other alterations include an overall widened body including the side air intakes, two hood scoops, a roof scoop, a lowered skirt, a larger chin spoiler, a heightened rear spoiler, quad exhausts, a large rear diffuser and a visible engine rack. The wing mirrors have been moved forward from the door hinges to onto the front wings.
The Elite has the driving traits of the standard CCX, but has superior performance due to being upgraded with better parts.
The Elite style is an elite car that costs 20000. It was released on December 14, 2011.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010)
The racer vehicle is unlocked upon the player earning a total of 450,000 racer bounty. The SCPD unit is unlocked upon the player earning a total of 473,750 cop bounty.
It is somewhat difficult to control in corners compared to other Hyper and Special Response vehicles. The CCX reaches a slightly lower top speed than its rivals although features a powerful nitrous boost as compensation.
|Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010) - Statistics|
|Earn 450,000 racer bounty||Hyper Series||242 mph (389 km/h)||$540,000||RWD|
|Earn 473,750 cop bounty||Special Response||806 bhp @ 6,900 rpm||3.1 seconds||2006|
Shift 2: Unleashed
The CCX appears in Shift 2: Unleashed as a Modern Road class vehicle with a $600,000 price tag. It has an A 1820 performance rating and a 4.80 handling rating.
Need for Speed: No Limits
The CCX appears in Need for Speed: No Limits as a Hyper class vehicle. The starting rank is 800 PR and the blueprints are located in Underground Chapter 19: Final Countdown.
- Campaign - Chapter 19: Final Countdown
- Campaign - Complete Chapter 19
- Upgrade Crate
- Premium Crate
- Chop Shop
Receive 400 mechanic level XP by building up and 1750 mechanic level XP by fully staging up this car.
|x40 Legendary Blueprints||11060||10655||10857||1053|
- The CCX in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010) can be selected with a Black Hematite, Emerald Green, Heliodor Yellow, Lapiz Lazuli, Orange Amber, Ruby Red, Sapphire Blue, Silver Blue Diamond or Sparkling Topaz body paint colour.
- The CCX in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010) has a 5-speed gearbox instead of a 6-speed.
- The CCX in Need for Speed: No Limits has a Raijin Bodykit that looks similar to the Koenigsegg Agera R and a Koenigsegg Bodykit resembling the Koenigsegg CCGT.