Koenigsegg Gemera | €1.7 Million Mega GT With 1700bhp & Four-Seater

The Koenigsegg Gemera is a €1.7 million family Mega GT with a 1700 bhp and four-seater that is aimed to be used as a daily driver.

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The Koenigsegg Gemera is a €1.7 million Mega GT with a 1700 bhp and four-seater. It is a family Mega GT that is aimed to be used as a daily driver. It takes its inspiration from the very first Koenigsegg prototype which is the CC. The Koenigsegg Gemera is powered by 3 electric motors: one on each rear wheel and one on the crankshaft. The motors produce a total of 1100bhp and give 31 miles of range from the batteries. There is also the world’s first 2.0L, 3-cylinder, twin-turbocharged petrol engine that produces a mind-boggling 600 bhp that powers the front wheels. The engine is able to produce so much power as a result of a free valve technology that ditches the camshaft and instead has a better control valve timing. The combined hybrid system produces 3500 Nm of torque and 1700 hp of power.

The Mega GT Koenigsegg Gemera has four carbon fibre seats and has a carbon fibre monocoque. It has two infotainment screens for the front and the rear passengers. It has two long doors that open up in what Koenigsegg calls Automated Twisted Synchrohelix Actuation Doors. Only 300 units will be produced of the Koenigsegg Gemera.

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