Swedish hypercar manufacturer Koenigsegg is set to unveil a production version of the Gemera in 2023. A nearly five-meter car with a 1727-horsepower hybrid power plant and four seats in the cabin is positioned as a grand tourer, but it will be able to boast of breathtaking dynamics: the Swedes promise it to accelerate to 100 km / h in a little less than two seconds and a top speed of 400 kilometers per hour. In this case, Gemera will receive two trunks – front and rear.
According to Autohome, citing its own sources at Koenigsegg, the Gemera hypercar will receive a production version in 2023. It will retain all the main features of the concept – in particular, a hybrid power plant based on a 2.0-liter three-cylinder TFG 2.0 twin-turbo engine, dry sump lubrication and FreeValve technology. It does not have the usual camshafts – their role is performed by pneumohydroelectric valve control actuators. The engine develops 608 horsepower, but it is assisted by three electric motors: two on each of the rear wheels and one on the crankshaft. The total power of the unit is an impressive 1727 horsepower.
The transmission is a proprietary KDD, consisting of a hydraulic clutch with a variable degree of slippage and a main gear with a constant gear ratio. The electric motors are powered by an 800-volt battery with a capacity of 15 kilowatt-hours, which allows them to travel on electric traction up to 50 kilometers and accelerate without starting a gasoline engine up to 300 kilometers per hour. The four-seater hypercar is equipped with all-wheel drive with traction vector control on all wheels and a steering rear axle. The total print run of the Koenigsegg Gemera will be only 300 copies.