The Koenigsegg Gemera is the first four-seater the company has ever produced, but that doesn’t mean that it’s less exclusive. Just 300 of the “Mega GT” will be made and it’s likely the price tag will be over $1 million each.
Christian von Koeingsegg, the automaker’s CEO, calls the model a Mega GT because it, “is a completely new category of car where extreme megacer meets spacious interior and ultimate environmental consciousness.” The model is the culmination of 25 years of work.
Short overhangs and large intakes are visible to the naked eye.Photo courtesy of Koeingsegg
In a release Koenigsegg says that the car seats four adults and can fit their carry-on luggage. It’s worth noting that Koenigsegg is a Swedish car manufacturer and carry-on luggage in Scandinavia and Europe is typically much smaller than the American idea of a carry-on.
Despite its large size, the automaker promotes the car as being able to outperform most two-seaters. It has 127 megawatts of power 3500 Nm of torque helping it get from zero to 62 mph inn use 1.9 seconds.
It can run up to 400 kmh. The powertrains uses three electric motors combined with a twin-turbocharged 2.0-liter three-cylinder engine. Koeningsegg calls this engine the Tiny Friendly Giant, or TFG for short.
The car feature’s the company’s signature fighter jet-like styling.Photo courtesy of Koeingsegg
The company brags that the car can silently drive up to 300 km/h and the car has an all-electric range of 50 km.
Gemera has rear- and all-wheel steering, and all-wheel torque vectoring.
Koeingsegg hasn’t skimped on creature comforts in the new model there are four heated and chilled cup holders, front and rear seat infotainment displays, four reading lights, memory foam heated seats, power seats, tri-zone climate control, exterior and interior cameras, and front and rear wireless phone chargers.
There are two ISOFIX connections available in the rear seats.
The car lacks a traditional B-pillar.Photo courtesy of Koeingsegg
The exterior of the car features hallmark Koeingsegg attributes like fighter jet-inspired styling, hidden A-pillars, short overhangs, and large intakes. The carbon fiber body structure protects and has made the car a viable model without traditional B-pillars.