The Koenigsegg Gemera has made its world debut. It is the world’s first Mega-GT and Koenigsegg’s first four-seater car. Gemera is limited to a 300 car edition. It is an extreme megacar that meets spacious interiors and the highest environmental awareness.
“The best performance is the part of the two-seater world with very limited luggage space – until now”, says CEO and founder Christian von Koenigsegg. “Gemera is a whole new car category where extreme megacar meets spacious interior and exceptional environmental awareness. We call it Mega-GT.”
Since the company’s inception over 25 years ago, Koenigsegg has been driven to create the ultimate performance car.
The new Mega-GT can comfortably accommodate four large adults with space catering to their baggage, meaning the Koenigsegg megacar experience can be shared with family and friends. Despite being four-seater, the Gemera easily outperforms most two-seater megacars, both combustion and electrical. Still, Gemera’s focus is on long-distance public roads – family travel, in comfort, style and safety with performance never before experienced.
With 1.27 megawatts of power and 3500 Nm of torque, the Gemera accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 1.9 seconds and up to 400 km/h in a corresponding speed record.
Gemera comes with an evocative and gripping growl from the large-capacity 3-cylinder Freevalve engine.
As the first in a new segment, the Gemera Mega-GT impresses with its everyday usability and convenience. How about 4 cold and 4 warm cup holders, front and rear seat center infotainment screen, front and rear wireless phone charger, Apple CarPlay, On board internet and Wi-Fi, 11 speaker advanced sound system, exterior and interior cameras, 4 lights reading, heated memory foam seats, electrical front seats, 3 climate zones, Autoskin and more.
Friendly Little Giant
The Gemera produces a combined power output of 1700 bhp or 1.27 MW. The three electrical motors – one for each rear wheel and one on the engine crankshaft – have a combined output of 800 kW or 1100 bhp together, or 1400 bhp if calculated individually. On top comes 600 bhp and 600 Nm from a dry-sumped 2-liter 3-cylinder twin-turbo Freevalve engine, named Tiny Friendly Giant (or TFG for short).
TFG is a progressive take on the powertrain of the future. The TFG offers a lighter and more efficient cradle-to-grave solution compared to previous combustion engines.
The Gemera, when plugged in and stuffed with second generation (Gen 2.0) ethanol or CO2 neutral methanol like Vulcanol or blends thereof, becomes at least as CO2 neutral as a pure electrical car running on a “good” power source. Before these second-generation renewable fuel sources are more accessible, the Gemera can even be driven with E85 and in the worst case plain gasoline.
Equipped with three electrical motors, the Gemera can travel silently up to 300 km/h, and the powerful 800V battery gives it a range of up to 50 km in EV mode.
All-wheel steering and torque vectoring
The 3000 mm wheelbase provides unprecedented straight-line comfort and stability. Rear-wheel steering ensures that the Gemera takes corners with agility and can achieve a turning radius seen only in smaller cars. At high speeds, rear-wheel steering also provides better directional control.
The combination of all-wheel steering and all-wheel torque vectoring provides limitless tunability and flexibility of steering and driving sensation, enabling the Gemera to be probably the most fun and safe cars on the planet.
Safety in focus
The Gemera is among the safest megacars out there and is designed for homologation worldwide. The Gemera has a really tough carbon fiber monocoque, six smart airbags, stability control, TC, ABS and an ADAS 2.5 assistant system. It lacks nothing in ultimate security.
All-wheel drive and all-wheel drive and all-wheel torque vectoring give the Gemera maximum opportunities to offer safe, stable and exhilarating drives. ISOFIX is available for both rear seats.
100% four-seater, 100% Koenigsegg
The Gemera is the first of its kind in an all-new vehicle category. Still, it has clear ties to all of Koenigsegg’s previous cars and their understated Swedish design roots.
The Gemera retains recognizable Koenigsegg traits such as the fighter jet-inspired windshield, recessed A-pillars, easy shape, short overhangs and enormous side air intakes.
The front design is inspired by Koenigsegg’s first prototype – the Koenigsegg CC from 1996.
The Gemera features giant full-length Koenigsegg Automated Twisted Synchrohelix Actuation Doors (KATSAD) that open wide. The doors aren’t hindered by the absence of B-pillars, thanks to the strong carbon monocoque. The doors open to disclose a powerful four-seater space that offers equal ease of access, comfort and respect to front and rear passengers.
Gemera is limited to a 300 car edition.