2022 Koenigsegg Gemera Price, Specs, Photos, & Redesign. The Koenigsegg Gemera debuts.The latest madness of the Swedish manufacturer: a four-seater with top performance: 400 km/ h of maximum starting, 0-100 km/ h in 1.9 seconds.
Koenigsegg is a Swedish factory that loves to amaze and therefore has focused on the production of hypercars: the new project is called Gemera, a four-seater that will be built in 300 units starting from 2022. An advanced hybrid system consisting of a small three-cylinder 2.0 turbo that weighs only 70 kg and is capable of extraordinary power for the displacement: 600 hp at 7,500 rpm, with the red zone at 8,500 rpm.
It is mounted in the rear central position but transfers the motion to the front wheels via a transmission shaft. On the rear axle, there are two electric motors, one per wheel, each of which has 500 hp and 1,000 Nm of torque. There is a third 400 hp and 500 Nm electric motor connected to the three-cylinder crankshaft.
Thanks to the limited dimensions of the engines, a passenger compartment with four real seats and all the comforts has been created: for example, Gemera is equipped with eight drink holders with cooling and heating functions, the stereo with 11 speakers, the “climate” 3 zones, the mat for wireless charging of smartphones also for rear passengers and internal wi-fi.
The monocoque carbon fiber frame is so rigid that it does not need a central upright: as a result, it has been able to design long and spectacular doors that rotate upwards. The touring attitude is also underlined by the steered rear wheels, which rotate in the opposite or parallel direction to the front ones to improve handling at low speed or stability in long motorway corners. Obviously all the best Adas are expected, starting from the adaptive speed regulator and the lane maintenance system.
The result is a hybrid system capable of delivering 1,700 hp and 3,500 Nm of torque, which translates into fearful performance: the Gemera starts from 0 100 km/ h in 1.9 seconds and can reach 400 km/ h. The car can travel 50 km with the single push of the electric motors (at a maximum speed of 300 km/ h) and 950 km with the thermal engine.
The electric motors are powered by 15 kWh high voltage (800 Volt) batteries, housed under the floor of the platform. The transmission is entrusted to the Kdd Direct Drive gearbox, patented by Koenigsegg, which has only one ratio (a bit like Cvt gearboxes) and therefore allows continuous power delivery without interruption for shifting.