The Koenigsegg Gemera Mega-GT looks futuristic, while combining all the greatest qualities of modern, luxurious automobiles. Introducing the first Koenigsegg capable of offering seating for up to four people, this is not your average grocery getter. Defining the Gemera as a megacar, the Mega-GT offers a spacious interior, while delivering the performance of a supercar. Or megacar by their new standards.
Diving into the Gemera name, which in Swedish, is a combination of the words “ge” (give) and “mera” (more), the Mega-GT has a fitting name for its capabilities.
Built with impressive features all around, perhaps the most unique are the three electrical motors used to help power the megacar. Boasting three motors, one for each rear wheel and one on the crankshaft of the engine, the Mega-GT offers up to 1700 bhp. The incredible power of the Gemera leads to a 0-100 km/h time of 1.9 seconds.
Those three electric motors combine with the 2-liter, 3 cylinder dry sumped twin-turbo engine, of which they call the TFG or “Tiny Friendly Giant”. The TFG offers a low emission, gas-powered engine working in tandem of the three electric motors.
The Gemera can drive completely silent for up to 340 kilometers per hour. Though, gas enthusiasts will love the aggressive tone heard when the TFG comes alive.
Also unique about the Gemera Mega-GT is the mix of all-wheel steering and torque. The long wheelbase offers great comfort for passengers and impressive straight-line power to widen that smile on your face when driving. This Koenigsegg’s rear-wheel steering allows the Gemera to handle corners at high speeds similar to a smaller sports car.
When seeing the car, obviously the striking design all around will make you want to take a closer look. While the style of the Mega-GT is stunning, perhaps more exciting are the full-length Koenigsegg Automated Twisted Synchrohelix Actuation Doors (KATSAD). Similar to Lamborghini doors, but bigger and more wide open, they offer occupants plenty of space to get in and out of the vehicle without the inconvenience of small door openings and hinges.
Of course, the Koenigsegg Gemera Mega-GT will stand out wherever it goes. Don’t expect to see one at your local grocery store anytime soon though, with only 300 models set for production. If you have interest in finding out more about getting behind the wheel, you may need to act fast.