In addition to the 3-cylinder in-line TFG hybrid engine, the Koenigsegg Gemera will also be sold with a 5.0l hybrid V8 engine option priced at $400,000.

Koenigsegg Gemera was launched in March 2020, the Swedish supercar brand announced a 3-cylinder, 2.0-liter, twin-turbocharged engine with three electric motors, producing a total capacity of 1,700 horsepower and 3,500Nm (2,581 pound-feet) of torque. However, Koenigsegg still has a secret.Recently Koenigsegg announced a second power option for the Gemera with a twin-turbocharged 5.0L V8 engine. Production capacity reaches 2,300 horsepower and 2,750 Nm of torque with E85 fuel standard.

Upgrading to a larger engine than the TFG (Tiny Friendly Giant – roughly translated “tiny body giant”) will increase the price of the 4-seat supercar by an additional 400,000 USD. This V8 engine will combine Koenigsegg’s 9-speed Light Speed transmission.In addition to the engine upgrade, there are also some equipment replaced on the commercial Gemera.

Koenigsegg also installed a traditional rearview mirror in the car, instead of using a camera like the first display. This change is because many markets do not yet allow replacing traditional rear mirrors with cameras.The Gemera also receives an optional Ghost Package upgrade, which adds an extended front splitter, S-ducts, rear spoiler and several aerodynamic upgrades. Some tweaks to the front of the car have reduced the storage space inside the front bonnet.

In addition, the commercial Gemera is equipped with wheels with a new 7-spoke design, front and rear lights using LED technology with a sharp 3D design.

In March 2022, Koenigsegg introduced the first prototype of the Gemera. At that time, 3-cylinder engines were only capable of reaching 4,500 rpm. Only when officially completed, Gemera can reach 8,500 rpm.

Koenigsegg estimates the 3-cylinder Gemera can reach 100 km/h (62 mp/h) in 1.9 seconds and a top speed of 400 km/h (249 mp/h). The 3-cylinder Gemera is equipped with four-wheel drive and 4-wheel steering and torque vectoring. The battery pack of the 3-cylinder version provides electric motoring for up to 50 km (31 miles).

According to supercar standards, Gemera has a luxurious and impressive interior. There are also amenities such as 4 heated seats, 8 cupholders (some of which are heated and cooled), front and rear infotainment screens, and 11-inch premium sound system. speakers, 3-zone automatic climate control, front and rear wireless device chargers.

Gemera has shaped the Mega GT segment – considered a “hyper family model” with a 4-seat cabin, possessing power not inferior to the Koenigseg family models.

Although the expansion of the production plant in Angelholm, Sweden has been completed, the first Gemera deliveries to customers are expected to be in 2025. In addition to the assembly area, there will be a customer lounge. , experience areas, showrooms and an on-site test track.

According to Koenigsegg’s plan, 300 Gemera cars will be produced.

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