The Gemera combines the exciting performance characteristics of a mid-engine two-seater megacar with the practicalities of a full four-seater car with more luggage space. This ground-breaking combination means that the Koenigsegg megacar experience can now be shared with family and friends.
As a Mega-GT and Koenigsegg’s first four-seater, the Gemera represents a revolutionary new vehicle category with an innovative automotive design to match. The Gemera's silhouette is long, sleek and minimal, while still keeping that iconic Koenigsegg aesthetic.
The Gemera seats four tall adults comfortably with space catering to their carry-on luggage; there is space for four carry-on suitcases in the rear.
The essence of the megacar is obvious in the exterior, but the fact that it’s a four-seater is a complete surprise when the doors swing open. This is the Koenigsegg megacar experience that can be shared with family and friends on a never-before-seen scale.
As far as creature comforts are concerned, no shortcuts were taken. You get perfectly padded memory foam seats, eight cup holders - four heated and four cooled, entertainment screens with Apple CarPlay for both the front and rear passengers, and the ever-necessary induction and USB charging ports. The 11-speaker sound system is out of this world.
Both powertrain options come paired with the revolutionary Koenigsegg Dark Matter E-Motor - enhancing the total power output.
The LSTT (Light Speed Tourbillon Transmission) four-wheel drive system with four-wheel torque vectoring can be powered by either the 800 HP Dark Matter E-Motor or the twin-Turbo TFG, or a combination of the two, resulting in a maximum output of 1400 HP and 1850 NM.
Hot V8 Option
The Gemera HV8 (Hot V8) elevates the Gemera beyond any Hypercar or Megacar and takes everything to the next level. It was a previously thought to be impossible to fit a V8 into the Gemera – however, the layout of the new LSTT made it possible.
With the HV8 (Hot V8) configuration, the Gemera boasts an astounding 1500 HP from the HV8 in addition to the 800 HP provided by the Dark Matter E-Motor, resulting in a total of 2300 HP and 2750 NM of torque – a new world record for a production car.