Koenigsegg Gemera

Koenigsegg Unveils The Four-Seater Gemera Mega-GT

The cabin of the Mega-GT comfortably seats four, offering passengers Apple CarPlay, an 11-speaker sound system, and onboard WiFi.

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The Koenigsegg Gemera Mega-GT is a first in many respects for Sweden’s most avant-garde motor company. Not only does this vehicle blaze the trail for a whole new class of its own — the Mega-GT — but the Gemera is also the first four-seater offered by Koenigsegg. The result is a GT with all the torrid performance specs along with a spacious and inviting interior. One look at how much the Gemera packs into a single car makes it easy to see why Koenigsegg has limited its production to just 300 models.

Not only does the Gemera Mega-GT have enough space for four people, but the roomy cabin can also even accommodate all of their carry-on luggage. The interior of the car also has infotainment displays for the front and rear passengers so that your family won’t be bored on long trips. You’ll be able to stay connected while you are enjoying the sportiness of the ride. The Gemera is equipped with Apple CarPlay, wireless phone chargers in the front and rear seats, and even onboard WiFi. The 11-speaker sound system lets you crank it up when you just want to feel the curves to your favorite tunes. Every passenger has two cup holders and the tri-zone climate control system ensures that everyone is comfortable when you take family or friends on a road trip.

…but the mark of a true GT is performance. Even with all the comforts of home inside the car, the most impressive part of the Gemera is its performance on the road. The three electric motors in the plug-in hybrid powertrain system make a combined 1,100 hp and 2,139 lb-ft of torque. On top of that, a 2.0-liter Freevalve engine adds an additional 600 horses and 442 pound-feet of torque. The total power output is an impressive 1,700 hp and 2,581 lb-ft of torque. So whether you’re a passenger or behind the wheel, there’s no mistaking the Gemera is truly in a class of its own.